These two just won't leave each other alone.
V. Stiviano, who recorded Donald Sterling's racist telephone recording — which got him a lifetime ban from the NBA last April, posted an Instagram shot of herself sitting in the lap of the shamed former Los Angeles Clippers owner on Tuesday.
"I will forever be your ANGEL," Stiviano wrote in the caption accompanying the image, in which she is dressed in an angel outfit with Sterling in a tuxedo with a mask. "Don't let the evil witch of the west Rochelle (Shelly) Sterling suck the living life out of you. I'm here for you. I've always been here. I'm not going anywhere. I'm turning thee other cheek while unveiling the truth.
"Mask the pain with LOVE and compassion for thy enemy," she continued. "When things get hard wear the visor and let your tears of joy flow. There's nothing you can't handle. Don't give up on life now. You know the truth and that's all that matters. This too shall pass. I LOVE you. I've learn [sic] from some of the best people in the world. Lucky and very bless [sic] and so it is."
She accompanied the long caption with hashtags, including: "#LATimes #LosAngelesTimes #News #NYTimes #NewYorkTimes #TheNewYorkBestSellers #1 #Author #Writer #NewsWeek #WashingtonPost #ChicagoTribune #Crown #Publishers #Publishing #RandomHouse #TheNewyorker #WallStreetJournal #Change #Politics #DonaldTSterling #LOVES #VStiviano LOVE is my only motivation."
It was Stiviano's telephone recordings of Sterling making racist comments against African-Americans that triggered the NBA to investigate last April before banning him for life, fining him $2.5 million and forcing him to sell the Clippers.
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