LaVar Ball’s Rep Denise White RIPS Richard Deitsch for Click Bait

LaVar Ball's Rep Denise White RIPS Richard Deitsch for Click Bait

Before you get excited thinking that LaVar Ball was Banned, think again, he was promoted!

Yup, LaVar Ball’s rep Denise White just ripped Richard Deitsch for his click bait reporting that Lonzo Ball’s dad was banned from sports reporting with ESPN. Get all the details on what really happened for LaVar Ball… has the latest tea spill on Lonzo Ball’s loud mouthed and opinionated father, LaVar Ball who just wants to make sure his son’s are treated fairly and both end up playing in the NBA.

It was first reported by The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch on Wednesday that LaVar Ball will no longer be a guest on any ESPN platform moving forward after he made an inappropriate comment to host/moderator Molly Qerim during an appearance on First Take earlier this week.

Richard Deitsch of The Athletic took to Twitter to announce the news:

There will be no LaVar Ball on any ESPN platform heading forward — at least as of now. Asked if Ball will be used as an on-air guest, an on-the-record source for digital, or a background source for ESPN, an ESPN spokesperson said, “We have no plans moving forward.”

Turns out that may not have been true at all.

Either ESPN delayed the banishment or they completely forgot, because LaVar Ball was on ESPN radio on Wednesday morning and was reportedly offered a position.

Following the news that LaVar was Banned from all ESPN related correspondance, CEO of EAG Sports Denise White RIPPED The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch’s click bait reporting:

Denise FIRED:

Before putting out false information you should do your homework . @Lavarbigballer was on @espn radio this morning and has been asked to be a guest weekly for their affiliate . This has bee exploited into something it wasn’t. There was no intent! Your clickbait is wrong .

In your face Richard Deitsch because LaVar Ball’s rep Denise White jsut handed you your balls back.

It will be certain that Denise White will claim “fake news” on the LaVar Ball scandal.


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