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Letter: Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers and the other cast members
Published on May 2, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

Dear Sir:

The much talk about the firestorm between Mr Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers; his low-life girlfriend, V. Stiviano, and the NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is indeed far from over. Firstly, I am not impressed, nor do I approve of the fact that a personal conversation between Sterling and Stiviano has entered the public domain, and which has resulted in Mr Sterling being banned for life among other penalties from NBA games by Commissioner Silver.

This whole episode sets a bad precedent in my opinion, as many gold-diggers will now follow Stiviano’s gold-digging pursuit, by recording and publically distributing private and salacious conversations between them and their sugar-daddies for personal gains. I believe that Stiviano will live to regret such a move; and she will end up a piece of unwanted trash in short order. She has started a devious hunt that she will eventually discover is way above her head and intelligence.

Ms Stiviano is a bad and wicked woman of many aliases – in my opinion. Her days as a wannabe rich glamour girl is coming to a rapid end, as Mr Sterling’s estranged wife has thrown the first punch by suing her for all the things that her separated husband has bought her; as she claims that they were purchased with the family’s funds. The blow was thrown before the evilly recorded and distributed conversation.

I shall wrap-up for now, but will deal with this subject again as things get muddier and dirtier on this subject. I will opine about the HIV confessor, Mr Magic Johnson, and Mr Cheap man and low-tipper, Michael Jordan, at the appropriate time; also Mr unpresidential Barack Obama, who seems unable to resist wagging his half white-half black tongue in racial fires in his country; even if he is dead wrong.

Dennis Dames
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These have been my thoughts when the story first broke. Everyone is jumping on the band wagon to hang Donald Sterling for a private conversation. EVERYONE NO MATTER WHAT COLOR or race has had opinions, conversations good or bad about others.

I'm with the author of this letter on what is happening.


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