It seems like nobody is safe from Kwame Brown and his rants. The former No. 1 overall pick was silent for 20 years, but now it's time for him to get some things off his chest, doing it in a great way.
This whole situation started with Matt Barnes, Stephen Jackson, and Gilbert Arenas criticizing the player and his disappointing NBA career. That didn't sit well with Brown, and he fired back at them, sending a big message to each.
After that, Barnes and Jackson replied to Brown and the player didn't back down. In his rants, he also included Stephen A. Smith, challenging to a fight in Seattle to settle their differences.
Well, that wasn't the end of it, and Brown identified another victim. This time, he went against ESPN's Rachel Nichols, using some strong words to refer to "The Jump" host and how she talks about black people.
As usual, Brown hosted a live broadcast where he called Nichols the B-word and a "long-nosed mo***r f***er." Kwame reminded people of the time Rachel brought up Derrick Rose's rape case right after the player had scored 50 points with the Minnesota Timberwolves, among other things.
It seems like this guy has had enough of people's words and he's ready to fire back at whoever tries to disrespect him. However, the only thing Nichols did was ask Matt Barnes to reply to Brown on 'The Jump' and nothing else.
Well, Kwame is apparently taking things personally and he's letting everybody having regardless of their gender.