After Media Blew It Up For No Reason & Turned It Into a Negative, The Lakers Tell Lonzo, Kuz & Rest of The Squad No More Social Media Roasting

If you wonder why athletes in general don’t like the media and give generic bland answers, here is exhibit A via ESPN.

The Los Angeles Lakers have spoken to Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma about toning down their social media roasting of each other following a rap diss track that Ball released on Kuzma this week.

Though Kuzma and Ball are close friends, the Lakers had grown concerned about the increasingly personal nature of some of the recent roasting between two of their young stars, sources told ESPN.

The back and forth ribbing went on throughout their rookie season, escalating from tweets and Instagram posts to Kuzma’s recent Bleacher Report “Player Hater of the Year” Award video making jokes at Ball’s expense and Ball’s response with the track titled “Kylie Kuzma” released on Monday.

This wasn’t an issue until OLD media made it one and now you are going to get watered down versions of the players which they will also complain about, so thanks for that.

Since you will never hear things like this again, flip the page for Lonzo’s diss track and Kuz’s Player Haters Ball.

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