Former NBA player Gilbert Arenas blasted Kwame Brown in several Instagram posts on Sunday, calling him a “junkie.”
In the first post, he added a carousel of photos and an audio clip. In the second frame, Arenas posted a closeup of Brown’s nose with what appears to be white powder on the outside of his nostril.
“@cocainebear is this who ur movie was based on??” he captioned the post, tagging the movie “Cocaine Bear.” “This Bugga Suga bandit has been caught in 4k. Gets High and goes on rants about ppl Who does better then him in life. Which is everyone. He’s on that Baby powder but not by johnson and johnson.”
He continues his rant by alleging that Brown’s diet consists of “hookah, weed, shots … and Bud Light beer.”
Arenas ends the caption by mentioning the audio he posted of Arenas talking about his daughter. “I had one daughter learn how to ride a bike,” Brown says in the clip. “She was ready to go. Took the training wheels off. One years old.”
“Fairburn Police needs to do a wellness check on this junkie he thinks his daughter was riding a bike at ( 1 years OLD ) follow me on MY (NochillGil youtube channel)” he ends his caption. Plugging his YouTube channel makes the whole thing seem like a ploy for views.
In a follow-up post, Arenas accuses Brown of threatening him and filing for a restraining order after Arenas tried to confront him.
“Threatening me for months. I pull-up on him and he files a police report and restraining order on me,” Arenas wrote. “I thought he wanted SMOKE but he just wanted clicks and views.”
In the video accompanying the post, Brown says that Arenas is what’s wrong with the community and that he wouldn’t say some of the things Arenas has said to him if he was white. Arenas added audio of Brown threatening him and Matt Barnes.
The last part of the video shows Brown apologizing to Arenas.
The whole thing is weird and screams that he’s looking for “clicks and views,” exactly what he’s accusing Brown of. At the end of the caption, Arenas once again plugs his YouTube page. “I need 10k subs OR imma pull up on y’all,” he wrote.