Allen Iverson recently made an unexpected guest appearance on boxer Adrien Broner’s online reality show “About Billions.” Apparently Broner’s crew ran into Iverson while they were partying in Atlanta, and some serious weirdness ensued.
Iverson’s cameo on the show was brief, with the former NBA star talking about how he wants to play Russian Roulette. He didn’t really sound like he was joking.
“You wanna play?” Iverson asked Broner. “Me and you, cuz I’m ready to play Russian Roulette.”
Broner then asked him if he meant with a fully loaded pistol, which seemed to excite Iverson even more.
“Damn sure ready to play Russian Roulette,” he said emphatically.
They then shared a few laughs and Iverson signed off with a weird message about how Broner’s the real deal (I think). Simply put, he didn’t appear to be at a good place in his life mentally.
Iverson reportedly owes $40,000 in unpaid child support and was recently accused ofkidnapping his own children, so life after basketball does not sound like it’s going well for him. We hope he was either joking and/or drunk when talking about playing Russian Roulette, because he made it sound like he would have played if someone handed him a gun. And if that’s the case, he might need some professional help.
Allen Iverson has 72 hours to pay $71,000 in child support or he'll be spending some time inside of a jail cell, according to a report.Iverson admitted that he told his ex-wife Tawanna that he had no intention of paying her child support despite that fact that he had just received $462,460.24, giving him the ability to pay child support. With him admitting to saying he wouldn...
Allen Iverson is still having a hard time grasping this whole retirement and child support thing. AI has until today (Monday) to pay $71,000 in back child support or be sent to jail. AI informed his ex-wife Tawanna that he had no plans on paying her the money even though he recently received over $400K.
Iverson admitted that he told Tawanna that he had no intention of paying her...
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...
This is very not good, Answer. Someone might need to tap this guy on the shoulder and start a support group. I don’t even play regular roulette because it’s too dangerous…I once saw a guy cut his finger on one of the chips.
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