UPDATE, MARCH 8: LIL B HAS RELEASED A KEVIN DURANT DISS TRACK, called "Fuck Kevin Durant," sung to the tune of DJ Khaled's "Brown Paper Bag":
Lil B stands on a basketball court and yells stuff like "THREE POINT ON A BITCH LIKE DIRK NOWITZKI / UP IN THE CLUB LIKE DIRK NOWITZKI." I think it's basically the best song of all time.
UPDATE, MARCH 11: Kevin Durant claims NOT TO KNOW WHO LIL B IS:
Asked KD about Lil B: "I don't know who that is ... I guess he needs attention ... whoever that guy is, he needs some help."— Royce Young (@royceyoung) March 11, 2014
Personally, we think the one who needs help is Kevin Durant: he's been inflicted with the Based God's Curse, and he doesn't even know who the Based God is. To rid himself of this dreaded affliction, he'll need to get on Lil B's good side, and this is certainly not the way to go about doing that. (Also, bless the good soul who asked Kevin Durant about Lil B.)
ORIGINAL POST: A new leaf has been turned in the epic feud between Kevin Durant and Lil B, the superstar NBA player and the rapper who is convinced he is a superstar.
If you don't remember, first
Lil B parked his car Lil B tweeted this in May 2011: (via Complex)
However, ever compassionate, the Based God would relent that June.
The Based God is ever merciful.
Somewhere along the line in August of 2012, Lil B decided he wanted to play Kevin Durant in basketball:
And there were also sometimes random strings of one-sided tweets by Lil B:
There was no real interaction between the two for a while, but in the last few weeks, the hatred had intensified on B's end. During the All-Star Game:
AND FUCK KEVIN DURANT LIL B FOR LIFE - Lil B— Lil B From The Pack (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) February 17, 2014
And tonight, as Durant posted 42 points on just 20 shots against the Sixers:
FUCK KEVIN DERANT - Lil B— Lil B From The Pack (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) March 5, 2014
To many, the Thunder are the No. 1 contender to knock off the Heat after two straight titles for LeBron James and crew. However, you'd have to be crazy to continue to believe the team could win a title in spite of a potential "BASEDGODS CURSE." We saw the potency of the "BASEDGODS CURSE" three years ago, when the Thunder fell to the Mavericks in the Western Conference Semifinals.
However, the question is whether Lil B has, in fact, cast the "BASEDGODS CURSE." He's certainly cursing at Kevin Durant -- and somebody named Kevin Derant -- but it's unclear whether this officially counts as levying of the dreaded spell.