At this rate, DeMarcus Cousins is going to be shutting down hecklers with zero chill during every one of the New Orleans Pelicans' remaining road games.
After telling a heckler to "suck a d***, b****" during the team's game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday, the Pelicans' All-Star center had words for another hater, too.
Following the Pelicans' 88-83 road loss to the Utah Jazz on Monday night, Boogie was walking into the tunnel of Vivint Smart Home Arena when a female heckler asked him, "When did you get so soft, bro?"
To that, Cousins shot back at the woman, "Sit your fat ass down."
She was unbothered about it, though, laughing in his face and later posting the video on YouTube, while gloating about her confrontation with Boogie.
Take a look.
The woman claims that Cousins "tried to come back out of the tunnel, but he was held back by his teammate."
Boogie! We wonder if he recognizes that these hecklers are going to troll him enough to elicit a response, which they'll use for their own gains and enjoyment.
The heckler at the Lakers' game turned out to have a YouTube following under the name Oprah Sideverson and was baiting Cousins for a response. When he got what he was looking for, he made a 15-minute video, which has amassed nearly one million views around Cousins's no-chill response.
The woman also made sure to film her confrontation with Cousins before uploading the footage on YouTube as well.
In addition to having 18 technical fouls to his name this season, Cousins has got to be irked over the Pelicans' 1-5 record since the team acquired him last month. Fans trolling him nonstop and him giving in to ethering them will likely only add to the All-Star center's furor.
Cousins and his Pelicans will host the Toronto Raptors in New Orleans tonight before heading back on the road to face the Charlotte Hornets on Saturday night.
Let's see what his response to getting tested by bozos is then.
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