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So Yao says:
"Hopefully, he's not fighting anymore and going after a guy in the stands,"
And Ron Ron fires back with:
"I understand what Yao said, but I'm still ghetto,"
That's not going to change. I'm never going to change my culture. Yao has played with a lot of black players, but I don't think he's ever played with a black player that really represents his culture as much as I represent my culture
Ron Ron then says:
"I guess once Yao Ming approves [the deal], I'll be a Houston Rocket," Artest said, according to the report. "[Yao] probably should've called me first. But at the same time, it's Yao Ming's team."
"Whatever Yao Ming wants me to do, I'll be there. Whatever Tracy McGrady tells me to do, that's how it's going to go down. Ultimately, whatever [Rockets] coach Rick Adelman tells me to do is exactly what I'm going to do."
And that my friends is EXACTLY why I never wanted him here. Not 1 minute of playing time and the lockeroom is already divided, maybe even by culture.
Chinese vs Blacks
International guys vs. ghetto guys.
ghetto guys vs. Blacks
Tmac in the middle
Adelman in the middle
Beign ghetto is nothing to celebrate. It's about being educated, upstanding, and proffessional.
If Ron wasn't a basketball player, I'm certain his "ghetto-ness" wouldn;t take him to far in life.
Sooner or later, we all learn to grow up and act like adults. Me being from the Bronx, I find it heartbreaking when people i grew up with never make anything out of their life just because they can't even figure out how to dress and talk.
Then they get mad at me for having my own apt, car, serious job, and having "classy" girls around me. I take this stff personal becuase i had too many friendships cut off because of dudes acting like 10 year olds when they are in their 20s and should be out of their mom's house. Thanks Ron, you set a great example
Thank god this headache isn't here. The media would make Stephon seem like Barak Obama compared to this retarted freak