Master P Almost Fight Kobe Bryant Forcing Lamar Odom To Step In

In 2015, he called out Kobe for being “phony” when he reached out after Odom was found unconscious in a Nevada brothel. “You gotta understand, these are two alpha males and their own, in what they do. In an interview with Vlad TV, Odom said the men’s headstrong personalities clashed immediately. The energy was just off between them.”

While Odom couldn’t recall the exact dates, it was around the 2004-2005 season in which the Lakers disappointingly missed the playoffs. One of those moments was recalled by Laker player Lamar Odom who says that Master P once showed up at a Laker’s practice session, and immediately, he and Bryant clashed- almost coming to blows with Master P. Share this:

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It seems that Master P wasn’t fond of Kobe, having himself had a pair of training camp stints in the 1990s, and he’s been very critical of Kobe even after that incident. Kobe Bryant is still being remembered a year after his death. “All this man wanted to do was play basketball. Kobe was his friend and he like owned the team. I’m gonna use my Jamaica, Queens instinct. It wasn’t like, getting in the middle, but I’m just gonna check both of they temperatures and make sure they cool. “I’m talking about Kobe,” he said. So I’m from the street so I can peep it.”
Odom said he stepped between both men to quell a possible physical altercation. Master P almost had a brawl with Kobe Bryant, according to a tale from Lamar Odom. He could’ve got [Lamar] back on the team. “So, I’m tryin’ to just dead it, but it was awkward. Even in that situation, I think [Lamar] was just searching for love. The self-proclaimed Mamba player is known for his drive and competitive spirit and will go down in history as one of basketball’s greatest. It’s phony,” Master P had then said. You feel me? Odom and Bryant were teammates from 2004-2011. His biggest problem was where the people were at that he showed love to. He was also competitive and demanded respect on his own turf, especially from those who stepped foot on his training grounds. “The aura, the energy or the timing of it, [Kobe] wasn’t really kinda feeling it,” he began. [it was] Awkward.