Tony Parker may not be saying YOLO right now since he may have to pull out of the Olympics from an eye injury he suffered in the Chris Brown- Drake NYC club fight. The former Mr. Eva Longoria’s conrea was scratched by glass after bottles were thrown at W.i.P nightclub. W.i.P could lose its liquor license after 14 charges were filed against the club extending from the fight. Parker had to undergo an opteration to remove glass that penetrated 99% of his left eye.
Originally given a positive diganosis, Parker said in an interview posted on his website on Sunday, “I almost lost my eye. I’m seeing a specialist in New York with the hope of being given the all clear to play in the Olympic Games,” Parker said. “Spurs are very worried.”
Durant was sued in federal court by Mark Durante, a gutaristst who played with Public Enemy during the 80s and registered “Durantula” trademark in 1993 to sell merchandise and market music. According to the lawsuit, Durante is suing for damages and an injunction to keep KD from using the name.
After the Okalahoma City Thunder star was sent a cease and desist order from Durante, his reps denied usage of the nickname. However, in the suit, Durante claims basketballs autographed as “Durtantula” can be purchased at KevinDurant35.com , uses the Twitter hashtag #Durantula and Nike used “Durantula” to launch a shoe campaign.
But it isn’t because Lil Wayne is a Spurs fan of why he is banned but rather because of Thunder guard James Harden’s girlfriend, Trina. Wayne and Trina previously dated for a year in 2007. Earlier this month, while performing a set at Miami night club Liv, Weezy professed his love for the rapstress saying, “I love you and miss you.”
Similar rumors merged during the Lakers- Spurs series that Wayne was not allowed court side. The Oklahoma City Thunder reps released a statement saying that Lil Wayne was told the game was completely sold out. While there are always tickets available for famous rappers, with the Thunder down to the Spurs 0-2, they needed one of their star players to be on their game.