Houston Rockets MVP candidate, James Harden, has been sued by Moses Malone Jr., the son of NBA legend Moses Malone. Harden is being sued for allegedly orchestrating a robbery in retaliation for a Facebook post by Malone Jr. Malone Jr. wrote a critical post of Harden on June 24 for charging $249 for his basketball camp, a price Malone Jr. said would be unaffordable for inner-city children. Harden then reacted by allegedly paying $20k to have some goons beat Malone Jr. to a bloody pulp.
Let’s see what Twitter was saying about this.
@ColinCowherd I'm hearing reports that James Harden hired people to kill Moses Malone Jr. from sources close to Moses Malone Jr. Any truth?
— Shaun Hughes (@always_a_team) May 12, 2017
You know James Harden has gang ties Stephen. Remember the Moses Malone Jr. Incident with his entourage? Do the math buddy.
— shane patrick (@shanepatrick29) May 12, 2017
— ABC13 Houston (@abc13houston) May 16, 2017
James Harden is the MVP..Making Victims Pay. I'm surprised he didn't order the Moses Malone Jr. Hit be carried out using bricks. #Rockets
— John Utah (@GoldenStateShow) May 17, 2017
— Black Relationships (@EssentialGoals) May 17, 2017
james harden was supposed to be "tired" after stealing that $ for game 6..seems he was organizing a beat down of moses malone jr instead
— George Abraham (@CoachesCornerGA) May 17, 2017
— FOX Sports Radio (@FoxSportsRadio) May 17, 2017
Do you guys think that James Harden really paid for the Assault on Moses Malone Jr.? #JOURPOLLDP
— Jae Ian (@TheRealJaeIan) May 17, 2017
— theScore (@theScore) May 16, 2017
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) May 15, 2017
James Harden has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons. From being MIA in game 6 of the Western Conference Semifinals to being seen partying in a couple clubs after losing the game. Then the excuse for his bad performance in game 6 being attributed to him allegedly playing the game while being high. To now this. All this bad press recently for Harden has pretty much punched the ticket for Russell Westbrook to be the NBA MVP. I'll be shocked if Harden still wins.