One of the NBA’s most active users on LeagueFits is LA Clippers guard Terance Mann, who claims that Kanye West has a significant impact on fashion in the league. Mann discussed Kanye’s impact on the NBA in an interview with Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson of Bally Sports.
I would say without a doubt. When asked if Kanye’s influence can be felt around the league, Mann responded, “Especially for the generation coming up, which is sort of my generation, especially after that documentary dropped. “I believe that the documentary significantly altered many people’s perspectives.”
Fashion is one way that sports and music have long been connected. Mann emphasized the return to baggier clothing that the Hip-Hop star has been popularising again when asked explicitly about Kanye’s influence on current fashion trends throughout the league.
No to slavery
Kanye West blasted the NBA and the music business for functioning like a modern-day slave ship in a series of tweets he sent out on Monday night. The 21-time Grammy Award winner claimed that he is looking into a solution to free black people from slavery. Further contrasting the wealth of Nike co-founder Phil Knight and NBA great Michael Jordan, Kanye West. With a net worth of $40 billion, Knight is significantly wealthier than the former Chicago Bulls star, who is valued at $1.6 billion. According to Kanye West, he is prepared to risk his life to free his people because he will not stand by and see them become slaves.
The 43-year-old added that the founder of Nike never had to leap from the free-throw line and that a google image of him hardly shows his features correctly. Kanye West tweeted that he won’t be releasing any new songs until his agreements with Sony and Universal Music are finished. Kanye West suggested that he may follow Taylor Swift’s example by either attempting to acquire his masters or re-recording them in a tweet he tweeted. But it appears that the 43-year-old took down this specific tweet.