Gilbert Arenas spat a racial slur on Rev. Al Sharpton

Gilbert ArenasLive betting fans see high drama between Gilbert Arenas and Rev. Al Sharpton, as the NBA star spat a racial slur on him when he unleashed an attack on the player over his reaction to the incident where Michael Brown was shot by police, as well as the ensuing riots, something that many bookmakers saw were nothing short of controversial.

Sport bookmaker services and Live betting fans saw that Arenas’ tirade was posted on Instagram by the player, saying “the stats also show AL coon sharpton has not helped one situation he has protested at,he actually made it worst and because of him the jury goes the other way.”

Bookmakers saw that a post by Gilbert included a request to Michael Brown’s family to not let Sharpton be included in the protests, and Live betting fans can see how messy all this is proving to be. The player said, “FAMILiES of the victims pleaseeeeee stop asking #alsharpton to speak or ur behalf,you have a better chance having #caesar the monkey from #planetoftheapes to get justice for you.”

Gilbert did not react in a very pleasant manner after the news covered the reverend arriving in St. Louis marching along with the protesters arm-in-arm.

And Live betting fans could see that a racial slur didn’t seem to be enough for the player, as Arenas said, “#AL ur like a #THOT in the club,lookn for attention what u said at trayvons rally #enoughisenough ur right were tired of u PRETENDING.”

For all of the bookmakers who don’t know, THOT is another way of saying ho. Apparently, the original attack was taken down by Arenas, but he seriously criticized Sharpton for not waiting to appear in the St. Louis area until the media showed up there.

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Live betting fans saw that Sharpton did not respond yet, and bookmakers all over the world would like to see what the reverend has to say now.

Sport bookmaker services and many live betting fans following this mess hope to see it come to an end – and hopefully very soon.