For some idiotic reason, the Los Angeles Clippers decided that they wanted nothing to do with their biggest fanatic, “Clipper Darrell” Bailey.
Despite what the Clippers organization said about Clipper Darrell, their floor general Chris Paul took to Twitter to show the longtime Clips fan how he truly felt about his loyalty.
Here’s what CP3 tweeted:
The high-flying duo from Lob City, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, also tweeted about this terrible situation, but their tweets were both later deleted.
Check out the entire transcript from the team via ocregister.com:
“The Clippers have done absolutely nothing wrong or inappropriate as it concerns Darrell Bailey. His claims are absurd and unfounded. He has never been an employee or representative of the Clippers organization, and therefore cannot be terminated. The Clippers have never engaged Mr. Bailey’s services. When he has been in need, the organization has regularly provided him a seat for games. No good deed goes unpunished. …. We hold all of our fans in the highest esteem and we have been patient and generous with Mr. Bailey. He has not returned our support in an honorable way. He is not actually a fan of the Clippers, but a fan of what he can make off of the Clippers. We are no longer interested in that kind of association with him, and that is why we accepted his offer to remove our team name from his stage name.”
How do you say that your biggest fan, is “not a actually fan of the Clippers?’ I mean, look at the photo to your left, you would have to be a die hard fanatic to do and continue to do, what he does.
See, this is why the Clippers franchise has been a bad one for so long. They are poorly managed, and the Lakers franchise would have NEVER done this.
SMH…keep doing you Darrell!