Last week, LaVar Ball the father to one of the three UCLA students who was detained in China since they were arrested for shoplifting, insulted President Donald Trump even though he helped in getting theft charges dropped against his son. Instead of showing gratitude, LaVar Ball responded “Who?” when ESPN asked him about Trump.
This is why Rapper Master P bashed the ungrateful and arrogant LaVar Ball and said that he should be appreciative of the Commander in Chief’s efforts.
“I just think it’s a blessing to have your kids back home. You gotta just be humble. But that’s [LaVar]. He always talks loud.”
Just be thankful that your kids are safe, they not in prison and do the right thing. [Trump] had something to do with your kid getting home. Right is right. Wrong is wrong,” he added before saying he thinks Trump deserves an expression of gratitude. “If that man had a big thing of getting his son back home, that’s what it should be. That’s just giving respect where it’s at.”
Good character is built at home. You want to live the good life it comes with blood, sweat, and effort. Instead of criticizing his son for stealing, this father gives him a pass. But I am stunned that he doesn’t comprehend that his son would be in prison in “China” for ten years if it was not Trump to help.
It’s not about owing… it’s just the decent thing to do when somebody does something good for your kids. Luckily, Master P is a real American who understands how important it is to be a good father for his kids. I just wish we had lots more men like this in our country, speaking out for what is right.
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