Lil B to Lift KD’s Curse if he Goes to NY



The rapper and NBA player beef between 7x All-Star Kevin Durant and “The BasedGod” Lil B has been going on for 5 years and running now. It started in 2011 when Kevin Durant called The BasedGod a “wack rapper.” Lil B then  tweeted:

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Ever since then, Durant has obviously not won the NBA title and Lil B has been using the curse as another way to lift up his stardom.

Kevin Durant was on the verge of making the NBA Finals this year for another shot to try and put the “curse” to rest. Being up 3-1 to Lil B’s hometown team the Golden State Warriors, it was looking like Durant was putting all of the “curse” nonsense to rest. That was before the Warriors won 3 straight games in one of the biggest meltdowns we’ve ever seen in NBA playoff history. The BasedGod then dropped another big tweet about the curse:

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Kevin Durant cannot catch a break and he’s been trying to find anyway to prove that this curse is not real. Now with Durant in free agency as a top priority for almost every team to try and sign, he could go to a contender and try to beat all of the odds against the curse. Lil B has said that the only way to lift Kevin Durant’s curse is if he plays Lil B in a game of 1 on 1, which he said very clearly in this song:

Lil B – “F*ck KD (Kevin Durant Diss).” Warning: Audio contains NSFW language.

Although The BasedGod said that was the only way to shut him up and lift the curse, he stated recently that there is now another way for the curse to be lifted. Durant needs to take notes and make sure he does all that’s possible to lift the curse and finally become a champion. One of Lil B’s most recent tweets talking about the curse said:


With recent addition of Derrick Rose to the New York Knicks to play along with 9x All-Star Carmelo Anthony and rookie sensation Kristaps Porzingis, this wouldn’t be too shabby of a move for Durant to make. This could also help Durant’s career, going to a huge market in New York. Durant is in control to lift the curse or keep it for the remainder of his career, will Durant go to the Big Apple or forever struggle to win an NBA championship? Comment your opinions below.

About Juwan M. Davis

Editor/Writer for NBALEAD. Born and raised in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Living in Los Angeles. Minnesota Timberwolves fan. Twitter: @JuwanMalikDavis

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