Golden State Warriors‘ Kevin Durant has confirmed the now-viral Tupac Shakur leg tattoo picture is authentic.
Although brief with his words, KD recently admitted he did not want media or fans to get an early look at his new ink job.
ÔÇ£Aw, man, you werenÔÇÖt supposed to see that,ÔÇØ Durant said, sheepishly, as if he had hoped to keep the image hidden under tights and socks, or planned a grand unveiling at a later date. The next day, however, Durant left the tattoo exposed for anyone to see and even offered an explanation for how ShakurÔÇÖs lyrics helped inspire the body art, even if the Notorious B.I.G. was his all-time favorite rapper. (Yahoo! Sports)
Last week, a picture of KD’s huge 2Pac tat started to make its rounds across social media.
Durant is a huge Pac fan, I just learned. Biggie is his favorite but he is supremely impressed with Pac's mind at such a young age
— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) July 21, 2016
Recently, KD responded to criticism shot his way from former NBA legends Charles Barkley and Reggie Miller for leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the Warriors.
“Those are two guys, you know? TheyÔÇÖve got a voice in our game, and a lot of people probably felt the same way, but they donÔÇÖt have a voice so obviously what they say is translated through a megaphone so it feels like everybody else, you know? If Charles Barkley said it, it must be true. If Reggie Miller says it, it must be true. It just feels like itÔÇÖs bigger than what it is. But they have such a big platform and people respect them so it feels bigger than what it is. But for the most part, I got the support around me. IÔÇÖve got the family that supports me no matter what, that love me no matter what I do. I could be playing tennis right now, and I could retire from the game of basketball and theyÔÇÖre still going to love me. So if I think about that, IÔÇÖll be fine.”
KD on the Charles Barkley/Reggie Miller comments pic.twitter.com/Xw8JO0es1E
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) July 18, 2016
Earlier this month, CB scolded Durant for leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the defending Western Conference champions.
“I’m just disappointed from a competitive standpoint because it would mean more to win one – just like it meant more to win one [championship] in Cleveland, it would mean more to Kevin to win one in Oklahoma than in Golden State. I’m not going to hate on Kevin Durant – I was real excited when LeBron went back to Cleveland because I knew it would mean more to that city. If Golden State were to win again it’ll be like, ‘Well, we expected to win. We just won a championship two years ago. We just won 73 games.’ … I think it’s a scapegoat move. You can use any words you want to. I think it’s a scapegoat move to try to ease your way into a championship. Let’s be honest, Golden State is probably going to win a couple championships in the next three or four years. Just like when they put that Miami team together, they were going to win a couple of championships because at some point it’s going to work and they’re going to be better because all these other kids are going to get weaker at some point also.” (“Mike & Mike”)
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