Post Malone doesn't think A.I. can be tamed.
And he's not even talking about practice...
Throughout his entire career, Allen Iverson was never quite what you'd describe as innocent. The man had as many highlights off the court, in terms of memorable soundbites or run-ins with the paparazzi, as he did on it. That trend seems of have seeped into his retirement as well, after he was a no-show at a recent BIG3 event in Dallas and was consequently suspended for one game. He apologized without giving a reason, which has led to some backlash against the former 76er's star. Post Malone, when he was asked about the situation, had a slightly different view on things.
Speaking with TMZ, the "Congratulations" rapper called the basketball great a "wild boy," adding that you "can never stop him." Malone of course has a song called "White Iverson" and has said that A.I. was one of his heroes growing up, so it's not surprising to hear him tip-toeing around the issue at hand a little bit. While Malone did express that, yes, it's important to show up for your obligations, especially when the man heading such an organization is Ice Cube, but in the rapper's own words, "what are you going to tell him?"
There's no clear sign yet if this new chapter in Iverson's PR saga will do him any lasting harm, but at least he's got one of the world's hottest rappers in his corner.