Say goodbye to Allen Iverson’s gray Lamborghini and say hello to the old rebel that we all grew to love. I knew he still had it in him.
According to reports from philly.com, with S.J. Durham, Iverson’s car was pulled over in Atlanta for switching lanes without signaling, while he sat in the passenger seat. His car was later impounded for expired tags. The driver, Antuan Clisby, attempted to help Iverson by saying he needed to go inside and eat, but the officer required him to stay seated in the sports car.
That’s when it started. Comparable to Iverson’s “We talkin’ about practice” rant, he dug deep and found the energy for another verbal tirade. Too bad it was to a police officer, rather than a group of journalists.
“I’m the f***ing passenger,” Iverson said to the cop. “Police don’t have anything else (unknown expletive) to do except f*** with me.”
In last second efforts to save his Lambo, he said “Don’t you know who I am?” I make more money than you will in 10 years.” Durham replied by saying, “It really doesn’t matter who you are,” which is comparable to one of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s many badass lines.
After the realization that this was actually happening and he wasn’t getting Punk’d, he stated, “Take the vehicle, I have 10 more.”
Iverson wasn’t charged with any criminal offenses and he later apologized to Durham.