Allen Iverson Files $6M Lawsuit Against Post Malone For "White Iverson" Song

 PHILADELPHIA – Former NBA superstar Allen Iverson has reportedly filed a $6,000,000 lawsuit against American recording artist Post Malone for his hit song “White Iverson”.

We knew this day would come—brand new artist Post Malone getting sued by Philadelphia 76’ers legend Allen Iverson. Post Malone released ‘White Iverson’ back in February 2015 via his official Soundcloud. Since the songs release, it has been streamed Millions of times, and even reaching No. 54 on the Billboard Hot 100. Being a brand new artist, Post Malone is not as rich as people would think. Post Malone is yet to earn his first $1,000,000.

Reporters interviewed Allen Iverson for insight on the lawsuit. Allen Iverson told reporters: “I was cool with the song for like the first minute or whatever. But then this kid got the nerve to say “I need that money like that ring I never won”. As soon as I heard that sh*t, I said hell no, I’m gonna sue this white boy. If I ain’t win a ring, then this dude ain’t gonna win a dollar from that track”.

Allen Iverson, Appearing to be furious from Post Malone’s “Ring I never won” remark, even hinted to return to the NBA for another chance at winning a championship, all to completely disprove Post Malone’s words. Post Malone has yet to respond to the lawsuit.

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Written by Pablo Reyes Jr

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