Nas' Manager Calls Lonzo Ball "Oatmeal Face" Amid His "Outdated" Comments
Anthony Saleh blasted the Lakers player for claiming Nas wasn't "real hip-hop" anymore.
Alonzo Ball stirred up controversy within the hip-hop community last week when he made some pretty questionable comments about Nas. But after he claimed that the New York legend was "outdated" and no longer a relevant force in the genre, Nas' manager, Anthony Saleh, has fired back in a short rant on Twitter.
"Nas has never heard of you & Future thanks you for your support," Saleh tweeted, referencing Ball's claim that fans only listen to Future and Migos now. But then things got a little heated. "That oatmeal face n***a thinks he can gain off my guys name before winning a game. I don't care what team you play for. Family first," Saleh added.
Sales isn't the only person to take the 19-year-old Lakers guard's statements personal however. After the Internet erupted into a debate about Nas' position in the culture, T.I. Also hopped in the discussion. "My Boi u reaching like a muuuuf**ka," he said. Rapper Lil B, on the other hand, threatened to slap London with the infamous BasedGod curse.
But speaking of "family first," it may be only a matter of time before Lonzo's dad LaVar Ball, steps in and shuts everything down.