LiAngelo Ball now has his own Big Baller Brand emoji
At long last, LiAngelo Ball has joined LaVar, Tina, Lonzo and LaMelo Ball on phones everywhere. On Thursday, the Big Baller Brand added an animation of Gelo doing his signature dance to the family's emoji app.
The Big Baller Brand is now getting sued for not paying its debt obligations. Otherwise, you can forget about ever getting a line of credit ever again. Closet Collection, the company that manufactures Big Baller Brand 's products, is suing Ball, claiming they've made 25,000 pieces of merchandise and
Now it turns out that BBB is getting sued by their own manufacturer for failure to pay. Big Baller Brand representatives didn’t respond to a request for comment. The Closet Collection representative estimated the company provided about 2,500 pieces of merchandise to Big Baller Brand last May.
You can always expect LaVar Ball to be in the news on a daily basis. You can often expect that news to be negative, or at least groan-inducing. But even with the incredibly low bar he's set himself, the Big Baller Brand still somehow brought it lower.
First, we saw theby giving them an F rating. LaVar may have screamed and shouted in classic fashion, but that doesn't change the fact that his brand has continued to dig itself into an extremely deep hole.
Big Baller Brand has 'F' rating from Better Business Bureau
When it comes to ordering any merchandise from Big Baller Brand, the new motto is: buyer beware. Big Baller Brand, the apparel company created by LaVar Ball that represents his three basketball-playing sons, has received an F rating from the Better Business Bureau, as pointed out by TMZ Sports.A file for the company was opened on April 18, 2017, and 32 complaints have already been filed against the company.They have received 12 failure to respond to complaints and five complaints that were unresolved. They have a 1 star composite score out of 5. They have 44 reviews on the site — all of which are negative.
Lonzo Ball is suing Alan Foster -- the co-founder of the Big Baller Brand -- alleging the longtime family friend conned Ball claims Foster intentionally got close to his family knowing he was one of the best basketball It was reported last week that Foster -- who owns around 16 percent of the company
Big Baller Brand is being sued over missed payments to the apparel company responsible for printing and embroidering almost 2,500 pieces of its The apparel company, Closet Collection, alleges that it is owed almost ,000 for the gear it provided to Big Baller Brand last May, according to the Times.
Now, it's getting even worse. The Big Baller Brand is now getting sued for not paying its debt obligations.
The Big Baller Brand is being sued by another apparel company— For The Win (@ForTheWin)
This man charges an absurd amount of money for a garbage product and still won't pay up what he owes. Where and when does the line finally get drawn?
While Ball has been stomping around complaining about Luke Walton and the Lakers' coaching staff, he's forgotten an extremely important part of running a business-- paying those who produce and manufacture your product. People paint LaVar as this "genius" businessman, but it doesn't take a genius to tell you that you have to make good on your debts. Otherwise, you can forget about ever getting a line of credit ever again.
Closet Collection, the company that manufactures Big Baller Brand's products, is suing Ball, claiming they've made 25,000 pieces of merchandise and are still owed $25,000. One representative even said "they kind of bailed". No big show or detailed reason. They just stopped paying.
While you work on monetizing your children overseas, maybe chalk up some of that money, LaVar.
ESPN’s Michelle Beadle blasts ‘obnoxious, misogynist’ LaVar Ball .
Michelle Beadle was not about to allow LaVar Ball to dominate a discussion of his son, Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, during a Thursday’s edition of ESPN’s “SportsNation.” Beadle listened as panelist LZ Granderson brought up the outspoken, elder Ball’s name during the aforementioned discussion about his son.