Lou “Lemon Pepper” Williams did not let it slide as he hit back at a Twitter user who tried mocking him about having two wives. He obviously got a lot of time on his hands to go back and forth with these trolls.
According to TSL;
NBA free agent and three-time Sixth Man of the Year Lou Williams has got some time on his hands these days. “Lemon Pepper” Lou clapped back at a Twitter user who tried to troll him about having two wives.
He also gave another user some advice on how to manage two women.
Williams is a legend to certain individuals. Having the ability to be a walking bucket and manage two women at the same time is something a certain segment of the population dreams of. Williams lived it.
Drake rapped about Williams on the track “6 Man” from his “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” album.
Boomin’ out in South Gwinnett like Lou Will6 man like Lou Will, 2 girls and they get along like I’m… Like I’m Lou Will
In 2020 while on an excused absence from the Orlando NBA quarantine bubble he attended a funeral viewing for a family friend. After the viewing, Williams went to the Magic City gentlemen’s club in Atlanta for dinner. When asked why he went to Magic City, Williams said it was for the lemon pepper chicken wings.
They will always talk about this.
Lou Williams is one of the NBA’s greatest 6th Men but for a short period of time his on-the-court prowess was secondary to his viral moniker – “Lemon Pepper Lou.”
It began during the 2020 NBA bubble in Orlando when Williams took a quick trip to Atlanta to hit up Magic City with Jack Harlow. However, the trip was strictly against the league’s COVID policy at the time and the detail about WIlliams picking up chicken from Magic City was the kernel of info the internet needed to make him a viral meme.
“It was difficult for me, because I felt like it was getting to a point where all the s–t I accomplished, how I’ve carried myself over my career, they were just trying to attach some goofy s–t to my name,” Williams said (43:40 mark). “So, I was fighting a narrative. I was fighting a narrative, because they were trying to make me out to be a goofy. Like I was out here trippin’. And I was like, ‘C’mon, that has never been my M.O. Let’s not start that.’ I’m getting to the end of my career. I’m in year 15, and y’all talkin’ like I’ve been trippin’ this whole time.”
But after initially pushing back against the narrative surrounding “Lemon Pepper Lou,” the NBA vet has since trademarked the name which has proven to be a lucrative and savvy business move.
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