He doesn’t even go here!
Donald Sterling spent his Sunday at the predominantly black Praises of Zion Baptist Church in South L.A. for reasons that no one is really sure of.
The former Los Angeles Clippers owner planned the visit before the sale of the team was discussed, so he was likely trying to get the NBA’s approval.
And even though the team is all but sold, the racist billionaire sat in the seats, flanked by his bodyguards, for the entire two hours.
Some people didn’t mind, but others were understandably offended by his presence there.
We have SO many questions!
First, what was Sterling trying to prove? He’s been in contact with minorities his entire life, but it doesn’t change how he obviously feels about non-white people.
The second thing is that he’s been so proud about his Jewish heritage, and how Jewish people help their communities more than African-Americans (his words, not ours), so why go to a church for an entirely different religion? Oh, that's right… he thinks 'black Jews' are 100% less than 'white Jews.'
Donald Sterling, no one believes that you’ve become a different person at all. Go home.
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
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