The hits just keep coming for Clippers owner Donald Sterling, this time by way of a rap diss.
Former NBA small forward Stephen Jackson a.k.a. STAK5 has released a diss track titled “America Da Beautiful” (Letter to Mr. Sterling) aimed at Sterling a week after TMZ released the tracks that got Sterling banned for life from the NBA. Beware, this track includes profane language and is NSFW (Not Safe for Work):
Like everyone, Jackson is upset at Sterling’s racist comments, but his way of letting Sterling know is one that hasn’t been seen yet. In the song, Jackson makes comments such as “is the a court or this cotton field?”, “I had a dream the klan had a sheet for you”, and “is this the Staples center or a plantation”. The overriding theme on Jackson’s track is making a comparison between the NBA and slavery due to Sterling’s thoughts on African-Americans.
Jackson, a 13 year veteran, played nine games with the Clippers this season when the team’s wing depth took a hit because of injuries.