Lonzo Ball Covers His ‘BBB’ Tattoo Amidst Big Baller Brand’s Collapse
Los Angeles Lakers guard, Lonzo Ball has recently cut ties with his family brand, The Big Baller Brand, amidst of their company co-founder, Alan Foster, misplacing $1.5 million from Ball’s personal and business accounts.
Last week, Ball spoke to reporters on the accusations of Foster. The guard says Foster used his business and personal account for the former co-founder’s personal use.
“Used his access to my business and personal finances to enrich himself. As a result, I have decided to sever all ties with Alan, effective immediately.”
This week, Ball made his own statement with covering up the BBB logo tattooed on his right arm. In the photo, Ball’s triple B’s were made into two black and red dice next to his, “Born 2 Ball,” tattoo.
Ball posted a cryptic photo on social media after news broke of Foster allegedly taking advantage of his family’s brand. The 21-year-old posted a photo with his Lakers jersey added to the rafters next to Lakers legend, Kobe Bryant. Ball wrote,
“Moving on to bigger and better.”
Foster owns over 16% of Big Baller Brand and serves as the business manager of all of the Ball family companies, according to reports. The Big Baller Brand was founded in 2014, where super Dad, LaVar Ball shared it was actually Foster’s idea to create a company instead of signing a contract with other brands. This week, Ball and the Lakers recently were eliminated from a potential playoff run for the sixth consecutive season.
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