It doesn’t really matter if Bryant was wearing his pants low or not. The fact that he was with individuals that were in the mall, shows that his decision making isn’t where it needs to be.
He has to understand, when stories like this happened, his boys name won’t be in the headline, it will be his.
According to the report, Bryant and some friends were involved in an incident at NorthPark Center where security asked them to pull their pants up because their underwear was showing.
Bryant, however, denied the report and told ESPNDallas.com his pants were up but some of his friends’ pants were down.
“It really wasn’t me in the wrong,” Bryant said Tuesday. “It’s not even an issue.”
WFAA said Bryant was banned from the mall for three months.
According to the TV report, Bryant used profanity and created commotion when confronted by off-duty officers.
“What the [expletive] are you stopping me, like I stole something,” Bryant was quoted as saying, according to the report. “I’m not leaving until my attorney and my representative get here.”
I understand about being harassed in a Mall for various reasons, but Bryant just has to be smarter and realize that he has much more to lose than he has to gain arguing with Mall Cop.
He should have told his friends to pull their pants up and went about his way. By making a scene he created a story that shouldn’t have been one.
SMARTEN UP NAS