Glasses Malone Blasts Michael Jordan Over Prison Investments

Glasses Malone

While most rappers idolize Michael Jordan for either his iconic sneakers or his legendary basketball career, Watts rapper Glasses Malone ain’t feeling the G.O.A.T. because of investments he holds in the prison system.

Glasses took to Twitter this week to express his displeasure with Jordan’ business decisions, siding with recent comments made by retired NBA legend, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

“Me & Kareem Abdul Jabber agree on Jordan….,” he tweeted, alongside a link to a Fox Sports article titled, “Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Michael Jordan chose shoes over human rights.”

In the story, Abdul-Jabber blasts Jordan, claiming he chooses “commerce over conscience”. “You can’t be afraid of losing shoe sales if you’re worried about your civil and human rights. He took commerce over conscience. It’s unfortunate for him, but he’s gotta live with it,” Jabber said, in reference to Jordan’s famous “Republicans buy sneakers, too,” quote.

Glasses Malone previously expressed a similar outlook toward MJ, via an interview with The Breakfast Club in September, saying doesn’t support Jordan or his shoes… because he invests his money in prison stocks.

“I don’t wear Jordans no more ’cause he be into all of that,” Glasses said. “He invests in all that. He invests into more prisons than schools. I ain’t really into him right now. I won’t buy another pair of his shoes for sure.”

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  1. I can’t believe the level of ghetto in this piece. Michael makes money, always has. Now we fault him for it and tell him he needs to get back to racism so he can be a part of his people. Maybe, unlike most of the people in this article, Michael has realized he’s just another American and gave up the redundancy of hate? Not for nothing, but I’m not a racist, and I love Michael Jordan. :)

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