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Documentary: Michael Jordan loses his temper and does not want to sign for fans Israel today


His majestic atmosphere was photographed losing his peace of mind in an innocent encounter with boys who stumbled upon him by chance and asked for an autograph: "Take off the cameras. Children are fucking" • The network was furious: "If LeBron had done that, there would have been a national crisis here"

We all know that Michael Jordan rose to greatness as a cruel winner, abusing his teammates and raping helpless opponents.

Off the field, His Highness usually tried to maintain politeness, but documentation that has surfaced on the networks in recent days shows that Michael lost his composure precisely in an innocent encounter with boys, who overall wanted an autograph.

In the video that was uploaded, a number of boys are seen preparing for a meeting with Lamello Bull, the star of the Charlotte Hornets, who is known to be owned by Michael Jordan.

"Can we get a picture?"


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"We're about to meet Lamello Bull," one of the boys at the opening of the video, which was filmed in Charlotte, said, "But hey. It's not Lamello, it's Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan! Can I have a picture?"

The one who was less excited about the meeting was the former Chicago star who refused, who asked the boys to take down the phone and stop taking pictures of him: "No, take down that h **."

And if that's not enough, Jordan had time to filter: "Kids are fucking" - after one asked him, "Why didn't Lamello come?".

The video, which of course went viral, became the talk of the day when a number of surfers thought: "LeBron James would never have done it," "If LeBron had done it, there would have been a national crisis here."

Were we wrong?


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Source: israelhayom

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