Found June 25, 2013 on Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
PLAYERS: Allen Iverson
Boxer Adrien Broner has created a web series, entitled ‘About Billions.’ It gives you a peek inside the über hyper boxer’s life. On episode 3, Broner was in Atlanta and ran into AI where the two discuss playing Russian Roulette. Other sites are making this quick convo out to be super dark and ominous. To me it just seems like two athletes talking sh*t after the club, one perhaps a bit more tipsy than the other and handling their liquor differently. Perhaps with all of AI’s recent drama, that factors into people feeling as if he’s serious. What do you think? Language is not safe for tender ears.   Outside the Atlanta nightclub, Iverson sits in an SUV with the doors open and asks Broner if he’s carrying a gun. “It’s always in the bag,” Broner replies, and Iverson starts talking about playing Russian roulette. It’s hard to believe that Iverson is being serious, but he provides no clear indication that his suggestion is a joke. Broner laughs it off and says “This is a fully loaded pisto
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