JR Smith Lashes Out At NBA For Threatening To Fine Him For New Supreme Tattoo

JR Smith has by no means been often called the man who follows the principles. He’s gotten into his justifiable share of points with the NBA, and it does not seem that his woes will stop anytime quickly. Earlier this yr, Smith modeled for the streetwear model Supreme. The trend model posted an image of Smith in what resembled a throwback NBA brand look, with every staff’s brand plastered on the attire. His outfit really introduced me again to a Lloyd Bank’s line off his debut album. “If that is your man warn him/ Cause there’s sufficient bullets in right here to hit each NBA patch on him,” rapped Banks on “Warrior.”

Smith just lately determined to take his love for Supreme to the following stage by getting the model’s brand tattooed on his calf. Apparently, the NBA wasn’t feeling this in any respect, prompting them to warn Smith that he can be fined for the brand new art work. “So I used to be knowledgeable at present that I might be fined each recreation if I do not cowl up my ‘SUPREME TATTOO’ on my legs throughout video games!!” wrote Smith on an Instagram story.”These folks within the league workplace are one thing else!”

NBA Insider Shams Charania took to Twitter to launch a message from the NBA relating to the tattoo. “Statement from NBA spokesman on J.R. Smith/Supreme tattoo,” he wrote. “‘NBA guidelines prohibit gamers from displaying any business logos or company insignia on their physique or of their hair.'”