Ex-NBA player J.R. Smith punches, kicks man who allegedly vandalized car during LA George Floyd riots: video

Former NBA superstar J.R. Smith attacked a person who allegedly vandalized his automobile all the way through the unrest in Los Angeles over the demise of George Floyd, consistent with a video that emerged Sunday.

TMZ Sports activities launched the pictures of Smith kicking and punching the person, and he landed a number of pictures to his head. When the person stood up, Smith landed one ultimate shot to his head sooner than a few of Smith’s buddies got here to his facet, and the person ultimately ran away.

Sooner than the video even were given out, Smith defined why he attacked the person.

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“This sort of little motherf–king white boys, didn’t know the place he was once going, and broke my f–king window in my truck,” Smith defined in a video. “Broke my sh–… So when the pictures pop out, and ya’ll see it, I chased him down and whooped his a–. He broke my window. This ain’t no hate crime, I ain’t were given no drawback with no one who ain’t were given no drawback with me.

“There’s an issue with the motherf–king gadget, that’s it,” Smith added. “The motherf–ker broke my window, and I whooped his a–. He didn’t know who window he broke, and he were given his a– whooped.”

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Smith, who had taken section in Los Angeles protests, mentioned his truck was once parked in a residential house, nowhere close to any shops that have been being looted all the way through the riots.

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