Cam’ron Reports On Ben Gordon’s Alleged Stabbing Attempts

The hip-hop legend’s latest venture comes in the form of news reporting.

BYIsaac Fontes
Cam’ron Reports On Ben Gordon’s Alleged Stabbing Attempts

It looks like Cam’ron is taking his talents to broadcasting. Yesterday, the Dipset leader took to his Instagram account to report on an attempted stabbing in Harlem.

Former NBA star Ben Gordon was reportedly detained by multiple police officers. This came after he was allegedly trying to stab random people with sewing needles. It seems as though the Harlem rapper was one of the first ones on the crime scene. The investigative report is another part of Cam’s It Is What It Is sports show. 

Rapper Cam'ron attends the Hip-Hop Beat Showcase at TuneIn Studios @ SXSW 2017 on Thursday, March 16th 2017 in Austin, TX. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images for TuneIn)

Another segment of the show includes him criticizing Ja Morant and Charles Barkley. In a separate episode, he argued why we should never compare Quarterbacks Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers. 

Cam'ron Live At The Scene

During his latest report, he shows one of the sewing needles on the ground. The weapon is allegedly one of the needles used in the attempted attack. The report comes complete with video footage of the former six man of the year in the hospital afterwards.

The 46-year-old also interviewed two eyewitnesses on the scene. Both were visually shocked when recounting seeing Gordon on the streets with the weapons. One of the men claims to have approached Gordon to say hi, before police chased and tackled him to the ground.

The former shooting guard played nine years in the NBA. He spent five years with the Chicago Bulls before also playing for the Pistons, Bobcats, Magic and Warriors. Since his last game in the league in 2015, the former third overall draft pick has been in some legal trouble. 

In 2017, he was arrested for pulling out a firearm in an apartment building and charged with robbing the manager of the complex that he lived in. Gordon was also arrested in October after witnesses claim he punched his 10-year-old son in the face at LaGuardia Airport. 

Furthermore, he was arrested in Chicago just last month for allegedly beating up two security guards at a McDonalds. The mental health of athletes continues to be a topic that isn’t addressed nearly as frequently. Hopefully Gordon is able to get the help that he needs. 

Stay tuned to HNHH for the latest updates in this ongoing situation.

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