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Lou Williams’ Strip Club Trip Forces Him Into 10-Day Quarantine, Will Miss Two Games

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Lou Williams must complete a 10-day quarantine after he made a trip to the strip club. And folks knew he was in the strip club because his friend posted video of Lou WEARING the NBA mask in the club on his social media. Womp. The rapper friend tried to lie and say the picture was old, but Lou ended up coming clean. More inside…

Los Angeles Clippers star Lou Williams will NOT be on the court when the NBA season officially restarts at the end of the month. He’s required to complete a 10-day quarantine once he returns to the Orlando bubble after a trip to the strip club.

The 33-year-old baller was given permission to leave the Orlando bubble following the death of his grandfather, Paul G. Williams. He traveled to Atlanta to mourn the loss of his family member. It’s reported the memorial ended at 6 p.m Thursday. Later in the evening, Lou was spotted on Instagram Stories turning up at Magic City, a strip club in ATL. “What’s Poppin’” rapper Jack Harlow took video of Lou wearing the mask the NBA gave players while partying in the strip club:

He even tagged him in the post.


Jack deleted the post, but he wasn't fast enough. Once the images started going viral, Jack tried to say the pics were old: 


Hours later, Lou confessed he did go to the strip club. However, he made claims that he only went there to pick up food and he he was NOT partying.





Lou will miss two of the eight regular season games that begin next week, which include the Clippers’ opening game on Thursday against the Los Angeles Lakers and a Saturday matchup against the New Orleans Pelicans. Clippers coach Doc Rivers told the media Lou was back on campus as of Saturday. His quarantine should end on August 3rd and he could return for the August 4th game against the Phoenix Suns.

Lou will also forfeit up to $150,000 in salary.

Play stupid games....



Former NBA star Kendrick Perkins criticized Lou's actions, saying he would expect actions like these from a rookie, not a 15-year vet. Lou popped back at Kendrick, telling him to “shut up” and told him to “stop laughing and saying it’s just tv when you run into me too.”

Peep their exchange below:

Lou's Clippers teammate Montrezl Harrell came to Lou's defense:




1. Marlins game vs. Orioles canceled after 10 Marlins players and staff test positive for Coronavirus. STORY 

2. President Donald Trump announced that he will not be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Yankee Stadium on August 15th. STORY 

Last week, Dr. Anthony Fauci served up a horrendous first pitch for the first game of the 2020 Major League Baseball season between the Washington Nationals and New York Yankees. Watch it below:




Photo: Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press

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