This Lil B Based God curse definitely has some legs.
The rapper appeared on ESPN's Sports Nation on Monday to play a game of Cursed or Not Cursed, talking about which NBA superstars he still has the hex on and which are in the clear.
First up—Lil B's top rival Kevin Durant. So, does the Oklahoma City Thunder still have the Based God curse on him? Absolutely.
"He has to play me in a game of 21 and that's the only way the curse can be lifted," said Lil B, who appeared on the show wearing a woman's blouse, sun hat and grandma chandelier earrings.
Durant wound up only playing 27 games this past season, struggling with foot injuries, and his Thunder missed the playoff cut, leading some conspiracy theorists to believe the curse is very real.
Sports Nation asked B about James Harden next and although the rapper put the hex on the Houston Rockets' All-Star for allegedly stealing his stirring the pot, cooking dance, he wound up removing it out of sorrow. B claimed he felt bad for how Harden played down the stretch of the Western Conference Finals.
"I actually lifted the curse off Harden," B said. "Once I seen the trials and tribulations that Harden was going through after this [Western Conference] Finals from the curse warning, I felt pretty bad."
And finally, Lil B was asked whether there's a current curse on LeBron James to which the rapper explained, "There's definitely no curse on LeBron."
Keep cooking up!
(Photo: ESPN Sports Nation)