Dez Bryant Supports LaVar Ball: 'Molly Qerim Dramatically Overreacted'

LaVar Ball Charles Barkley

LaVar Ball Charles Barkley

National Basketball Association legend Charles Barkley speaks during half time of the National Basketball Association game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena on March 3, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona.

"I'm late but I just seen the ESPN video of you and LaVar Ball", Dez tweeted. With that said, that's all changed since the former Dallas Cowboy made a decision to throw his own two cents into the mix, as he took to social media over the weekend to say that it's actually Qerim that owes an apology to Ball.

"Wherever LaVar Ball is, there's a village missing an idiot", Barkley told TMZ. And ESPN is only one of many sports networks that could bring Ball on.

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When Barkley was asked whether the recent reported trade of Ball's son, Lonzo, from the Lakers to the Pelicans, would have an impact on LaVar, Barkley jumped right in. "That would be the best way to be", Barkley said. "His son is a good player and a nice kid".

"Not just New Orleans, Louisiana, not Los Angeles, [LaVar]'s an idiot in all 50 states", Barkley said.

LaVar responded by saying "You can switch gears with me anytime". Her mind in the gutter if she thinking something else. He even told reporters recently that the only time he will hit on Qerim is if she breaks into his house.

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