Lil B Contemplates Hitting Lonzo Ball And The Lakers With A Curse After Nas Diss

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Poor Lonzo Ball should just learn to keep his hip-hop opinions to himself, otherwise his career may be over before it even starts! The young basketball phenom pissed some heads off a while back, after someone found his Top 5 list and Future was on it. But now his comments about Nas have earned him a spot on The Based God Lil B's sh*t list.

In a clip from his family's new Facebook series "Ball in the Family," Lonzo called an interviewer "outdated" when he said that they were going to get him to listen to real hip-hop. "Don't nobody listen to Nas no more," he said. "Real hip-hop is Migos, Future."

The internet ROASTED him instantly for that hot take! Michael Rapaport went on a hilarious rant about Zo on Instagram, and eventually Lil B heard the commotion online. So B decided to issue a warning to the 19-year-old.

Lonzo's little brother tried to come to his defense on Twitter by calling Lil B "one of the hardest rappers," but it wasn't until Baron Davis stepped in that Lil B agreed to take it easy on Zo this time and let him off with a warning.

Some people laughed the warning off, but the Curse of the Based God is not a joke. Peep the gallery to see others who thought it was a game until Lil B ruined their lives and careers (or threatened to) with his curse.

James Harden

James Harden

Lil B cursed James Harden in 2015 for allegedly stealing his "cooking" dance move and using it as a celebration on the court. "I wanted to just make sure that he knew who the creator of this dance that he was doing was," he later told The Undefeated. "He just refused to acknowledge me." The curse was officially lifted in the summer of 2017.

Kevin Durant

Kevin Durant

"Kevin Durant will never win the title after he said Lil B is a wack rapper," Lil B tweeted in 2011. The curse lasted for several seasons, and Lil B made sure to remind Durant and the world on Twitter around Finals time. He lifted in in 2016, and Durant won a ring the following year.

Cleveland Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers

In 2015 the Cleveland Cavs got dangerously close to being cursed by Lil B. JR Smith posted a video of the squad dancing to "Flicka Da Wrist" by Chedda Da Connect, and Lil B warned them that the dance looked too close to his.

Iman Shumpert went on Twitter to give thanks to Lil B for the "swag," so the whole team got a pass.

Rajon Rondo

Rajon Rondo

Sometimes Lil B also acts as a referee for the NBA, using his curse as a threat to anyone who steps out of line. Rajon Rondo got a warning in 2016 but his fans begged Lil B to forgive him.

Atlanta Hawks

Atlanta Hawks

As a safety precaution, the Atlanta Hawks sent a tweet in 2015 praising The Based God and asking for his mercy. Lil B responded by showing love to all of Atlanta and by not cursing the team forever.

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