The best thing to happen to Ron Artest since becoming a Los Angeles Lakers has to be the immediate friendship he has formed with George Lopez. I think he’s been on Lopez’s TBS show approximately 12 times in the short time. The other night he was on again along wit Fat Joe and B-Real to perform his new single, “Go Loco.”
Los Angeles Lakers Ron Artest joined George Lopez on his show to collect a car on a promise Lopez made about giving him one. It was actually a Phantom Lopez promised but Artest said all he needed was a Hyundai. Whenever Artest saw Lopez sitting courtside at Lakers games, he would remind him about the car. So Lopez finally invited Artest back on the show to promote his rap album and that’s when George presented him with the Laker Mobile. The car came with purple and gold rims as well as Lakers colors on the seats and interior.
The single Artest was promoting is called “Go Loco” and it involves a sample of Lopez saying “go loco” (I know, who would have figured). For all other details on Ron’s Ballin Rap Mix Tape, Bro Bible has you covered. I guess it’s not a bad ride if you’re a Lakers fan. Definitely not something I would drive, but at least now Clipper Darrell has some competition around town.
San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson made a Thursday appearance on “Lopez Tonight” with a different look than everyone got accustomed to in the World Series. Instead of the shoe polish black beard he showed up in a sea captain outfit, a gray beard and a pipe.
The Los Angeles Lakers are just less than a month old of being NBA champions and Ron Artest is still living in the L.A. fast lane. Artest whose continuing on his talk show tour appeared on the Lopez Tonight Show to do a reenactment of his therapy session prior to Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals.
His feelings on Kobe Bryant passing the ball still gets a chuckle out of me everytime.
I can’t recall a player making up so much publicity in a short amount of time as Los Angeles Lakers rapper/forward Ron Artest has this season. It’s almost as if Artest has been trying to make up the 9 years he’s played away from Los Angeles in 72 games. The city has seen Artest all over from the Jimmy Kimmel Show to even showing up at the Zeta Beta Tau’s recruitment event the other day and now George Lopez Show.
Artest was on the Lopez show to show once again that he’s a Top 5 MC and if you purchase a Tru Warier album you won’t be disappointed. With already such classics as “Afghan Women” , “Fever” and his memorable tribute to Michael Jackson under his belt, he’s grinding to show that a Tru Warier album purchase will not leave you disappointed.
Who would have thought Kobe uses his full repertoire of languages to talk trash? Everyone, yeah I know, but I had no idea Derek Fisher was a Dallas Cowboy fan.