The rolling George Lloyd-related protest hit Fairfax in LA today.
During the mayhem, former NBA player JR Smith had the window to his truck smashed. He was able to see the smashing, and he ran down the masked perpetrator and issued a beating.
Smith then jumped on social to explain what went down.
"One of these little motherf*cking white boys didn't know where he was going, and broke the window to my truck. This is a residential area. There wasn't no stores over here, none of that sh*t. Broke my window. I chased him down and whooped his ass. So when the footage comes out and y'all see it ... I chased him down ... this ain't no hate crime. I ain't got no problem with nobody who ain't got no problem with me," Smith explained.
Imagine breaking a car's window and realizing it was crazy J.R. Smith's.
Update: To make this all more ridiculous, it happened on the two year anniversary of Smith's most infamous NBA moment:
May 31st should be National JR Smith day at this point pic.twitter.com/kQHgPSeE7E— 𝗕𝗥𝗬👑 💜💛 (@BryMontana) May 31, 2020