2 Chainz is back to being petty.
The “It’s A Vibe” rapper is back to being shallow, after being slighted by the National Basketball Association. The list of players for the 68th NBA All-Star Game was released on 6th February 2019, and let’s just say Chainz was not having it. The event slated to take place Sunday, February 17th, 2019 at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina has angered 2 Chainz after being snubbed yet again. He took to social media to rant over being looked over by the association for the prestigious celebrity play-offs.
Tauheed Epps also known as 2 Chainz wrote, “YOU HAVE NEVER REACHED OUT FOR ME TO PLAY AND TO CLEAR SOME THINGS UP BECAUSE IT FEELS LIKE IVE BEEN GETTIN SHITTED ON BY THE LEAGUE SINCE 2013 when SOMEONE IN MY CAMP APPARENTLY CALLED A WOMAN OUT OF HER NAME at the game ., saying he felt disrespected, David Stern was still in office, ANYWAY !!he was wrong and I apologized on this behalf !!IM ONE OF @nba BIGGEST SUPPORTERS and BARELY GET “COURTSIDE” TIX EVERY ALLSTAR ITS SOMETHING 😤 there I had to vent I’m over it! ”
Georgia-native 2 Chainz’ claims come as the home team was all recruited for the prestigious game due to their ties to North Carolina, whereas the away team were strategic picks.
The all-star team will see Migos rapper Quavo make a return to the court after a winning performance in the 2018 celebrity game earning him the title of 2018 Most Valuable Player. This year’s line includes Terrence J, JB Smooth, Doctor Oz and Chris Daughtry for the “home” team playing against Quavo, AJ Buckley, Amanda Seales, and Bad Bunny. According to the NBA, “both rosters will also feature a “hometown hero” for the first time, honoring exemplary citizens with a chance to play in the game. Jason Weinmann, a 47-year-old Marine who rescued North Carolina flood victims using a military transport vehicle during Hurricane Florence, will play on the home team, and James Shaw Jr., a 29-year-old Nashville resident who disarmed a gunman in a local restaurant, will suit up for the away team.”
The NBA is yet to respond to 2 Chainz’ claims.