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LA Clipper Player Excused from Quarantine to See Dead Dad, Stops By Strip Club. Putting the Fun in Funeral?

Written by Mike Rickard II

Did an NBA player use his quarantine pass to visit a nudie bar? In another case of the all-consuming P.O.P. (that’s power of the pussy for the unenlightened), Los Angeles Clippers player Lou Williams reportedly received a pass from the dreaded “bubble” in order to pay his respects to his dearly departed dad, only to be seen at a local strip club. According to

The National Basketball Association is investigating why Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams was seen in a strip club Thursday when he was supposed to be “inside the bubble” following the league’s coronavirus quarantine rules.

Williams was allowed an excused absence from the NBA’s quarantine camp in Orlando’s Disney World resort to attend his father’s funeral. Despite being allowed to leave the NBA’s “bubble,” Williams was supposed to attend the funeral but still maintain his coronavirus quarantine rules as best as possible during the visit back home.

Did Lou give in to the P.O.P.?

There’s more to this coronapocalypse comedy gold nugget than meets the eye though. It appears that it may have been more than the P.O.P. that led to Williams ignoring the quarantine and heading on out to Magic City (the gentleman’s club Williams stopped to visit). According to a recent story from The New York Post:

former NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel believes he has some insight into Williams’ decision-making.

“Believe it or not, the chicken wings at Magic City are the best I’ve ever had,” Manziel responded Sunday to a tweet about Williams.

Spicy Homemade Buffalo Wings with Dip and Beer

As a native Buffalonian, I can attest to the power of a delicious chicken wing with blue cheese dressing (ranch is for pussies). As a red-blooded American male, I can also attest to the P.O.P. Regardless of whether Lou skipped the quarantine for wings or breasts, he likely has some explaining to do.

About the author

Mike Rickard II

Retired bank robber and author of "Wrestling's Greatest Moments", "Laughing All the Way to the Bank Robbery, "Flunky: Pawns and Kings," and "Don't Call Me Bush Beans: The Legend of a Three-Legged Cat." Pro wrestling and hockey fan. Hired gun for several pro wrestling sites and a top 10 YouTube wrestling channel. Available in regular and extra-strength.