Lonzo Ball Told LaVar That Big Baller Brand Is Demolished

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Lonzo Ball Told LaVar That Big Baller Brand Is Demolished


Ever since BBB co-founder, Alan Foster, allegedly stole $1.5 million from the Ball family brand, leading to Lonzo Ball cutting ties with his father’s company, it has been awfully quite around the brand.

While LaVar Ball said that everything is good, the company hasn’t advertised merchandise since March 22. They also haven’t posted on social media in the past couple of months.

On top of that, Big Baller Brand’s official website has been ‘under construction’ to ‘be back soon’ for the better part of the past month. Are they done, or are they regrouping and collecting themselves for a relaunch?

Well it seems as they are in liquidation mode as they were selling the remaining gear at ridiculously low prices at California volleyball tournaments. Shirts that originally went for $50 were sold for $5.

On top of all that, Lonzo Ball, who no longer is the face of the brand (rumors are he’s signing with Nike), has reportedly sold Big Baller Brand’s distribution warehouse in Los Angeles, per a report by the LA Times. The 14,635-square-foot building apparently sold for $4.3 million.

In a trailer for the upcoming season of the family’s reality show, ‘Ball in the Family’, Lonzo confronted his father over the demolished state of Big Baller Brand.


Lonzo: The brand is demolished right now.

LaVar: That’s how you feel, the brand is demolished.

Lonzo: That’s how everybody feels.

LaVar: Who’s everybody?

Lonzo: The world.

LaVar: The brand is not demolished.

Lonzo: You got it, man.


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