Many Lakers fans have taken exception to Dwight Howard bolting from L.A. to join James Harden in Houston, with some perhaps over-reacting and burning their Dwight Howard Lakers jerseys. Los Angeles native, The Game, said even he plans on burning his Howard Lakers jersey. Now another prominent L.A. rapper has come out and put the former Lakers big man on blast.
Performing at the “Kings Of The Mic Tour” alongside vintage hip hop acts like LL Cool J, De La Soul, and Public Enemy, Ice Cube took some time out of his performance to voice his distaste for Dwight. As reported by HipHopDX, Cube calls him “Dwight Coward,” and also verbally goes in throwing some strong hate at Howard:
“F**k Dwight Howard, goddamn it,” Cube said. “We love LA! We don’t need no punk-ass muthaf**kas on our team. We don’t give a f**k about a Dwight Coward. We don’t need no bi***es on our team, homie. You don’t deserve to go up on that goddamn wall. So, I predict tonight Kobe [Bryant] will win another championship before Dwight Howard ever sniffs one.”
Can’t imagine Dwight is spending much time on the internet or watching sports these days, as he never has seem to handle it well when someone doesn’t like him, and now he has some of the more notable names in L.A. hip hop using some harsh words to describe his choice to “flee” L.A. for, as Shaq put it, the “little town” of Houston.