Found May 29, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
Seeing that Stevenson has Abe Lincoln tattooed on his neck, this surprises me very little. Nets small forward DeShawn Stevenson recently posted this self-portrait to Instagram and the first thing that jumps out at you, other than his ridiculous hipster outfit, is that it seems as if Stevenson has an ATM in his kitchen. This leads to the obvious question, other than why the kitchen, is whether or not the thing actually works. I’m guessing it does, because I bet that Stevenson will not stand for freeloading guests abusing the honor system. Well that, and the fact he probably has a pay toilet in his house that goes for $5 a pop. [via @andyvasquez, dsteve92]

DeShawn Stevenson appears to have an ATM in his kitchen (Picture)

Yes, that is DeShawn Stevenson posting for a picture from what appears to be the kitchen inside his home. While he is impressed with his “swag out” style, what captured nearly everyone’s attention was what appeared to be an ATM off to the side. If that really is an ATM in Stevenson’s kitchen, then Floyd Mayweather is jealous he didn’t think of it first. Picture Credit...

For Reasons Unknown, DeShawn Stevenson Has An ATM In His Kitchen

My first thought upon seeing this photo of an oddly-dressed DeShawn Stevenson posing next to his personal ATM machine was that nothing pictured in it really surprised me.  Then I simply wondered, why? While it may seem like a stupid question—to draw money, duh!—most people just go to the bank to do that.  Who even thinks to actually put a money machine inside of their kitchen...

DeShawn Stevenson has an ATM in his kitchen

DeShawn Stevenson always has some interesting stuff going on. Next on his list, an ATM in his kitchen. I wonder what type of fees he’s charged when he takes his money out. How much of that is profit he keeps? Earning interest of what he spends? Even DeShawn is rocking bright skinny jeans and personality [...]

Of course DeShawn Stevenson has an ATM in his kitchen

Here we have DeShawn Stevenson showing us exactly what happens when someone has more money than they know what to do with. No, we’re not referring to the undoubtedly expensive little hat on the top of his head. Or the glasses that surely cost him a grip. Or even the iPad that just so happens to be on the kitchen counter at the time of the photo. No, we’re referring to the ATM...

Brooklyn Nets guard DeShawn Stevenson has an ATM in his kitchen (PIC)

DeShawn Stevenson.  31 years old.  14-year NBA career.  Current Brooklyn Nets guard.  He has an ATM in his kitchen.  I’m just mad because it makes the money tree in my backyard look stupid.

Of Course DeShawn Stevenson Has an ATM in His Kitchen

I’m confused as to why so many people are making a big deal of this today. If I was DeShawn Stevenson I would have at least two ATM’s in my house and charge at least $3.50 per transaction. Get that money. via @andy_vasquez Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

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