Rioter Busts Up NBA Star’s Wheels — J.R. Smith Takes It Out Of His Hide

Written by Wes Walker on June 1, 2020

Play stupid games, win stupid prizes. If you think you’re ‘man enough’ to smash a stranger’s truck you’d better be ‘man enough’ to take the beating he lays on you afterward.

These anarchists have been emboldened by their mob behavior, seeking safety in numbers. But when they are opposed to their face, it’s a VERY different story.

This punk bit off more than he could chew. Moral of the story: don’t start s**t you can’t finish.

The owner of the vehicle that was having its window smashed in was there in time to see as it was happening… and more importantly, to do something about it. And MAN did he do something about it.

J.R. Smith kicked that punk’s ass six ways past Sunday. Did we mention his truck was parked in a residential area?

The 34-year-old former Cleveland Cavaliers player was filmed repeatedly kicking a person on the street crumpled on the ground with protesters carrying posters shouting for him to stop in the background.

Smith, who is 6’6 and 225 pounds, shared a video on Instagram Saturday morning explaining his attack before video of it emerged, claiming a white male had broken the window of his truck in the Fairfax area, according to TMZ. —DailyMail

Smith had sense enough to get ahead of the story. Rather than wait until after the internet freaks out about him kicking the soy out of some basement-dwelling s**t-disturber, he stepped up and laid his cards on the table.

You know, owning his actions like a man.

Yes. I DID kick his ass. Here’s why I did it.

Kudos. We probably would have done the same thing.

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