Big Fendi should be the 76ers’ bell ringer on March 10th regardless if Ben Simmons plays
Joel Embiid met Big Fendi at the All-Star game over the weekend. The self-proclaimed “Biggest Hater in the World” posted a picture with Embiid on the court with one hell of a caption on the picture. Let’s take a look.
Joel Embiid x Big Fendi
Big Fendi calls Ben Simmons a “bum ass” which is obviously a factual statement. I’m also calling everyone at The Liberty Line “bum asses” because I returned home from a bachelor party in Arizona and realized that not a single person that writes for this website took the time to write this article over the weekend. Pathetic.
Yes, I was lost in the Scottsdale, AZ desert for the last four days and finally woke up in Philadelphia this morning so I’m trying to catch up on everything that the rest of The Liberty Line missed over the weekend.
From there, the questions continue
Question two is likely in regards to who is giving Big Fendi multiple seven figure deals after Embiid posted a meme of him. Honestly who is paying this guy multiple seven figure deals? Have we really fallen this far down the well as a society that we’re just dishing out insane amounts of money to someone from a meme that was originally posted years ago?
If that’s the case, then we are clearly doing something wrong.
Third question is will Big Fendi be the Sixers’ bell ringer on March 10th when Ben Simmons returns to Philadelphia with the Brooklyn Nets?
The answer is he definitely should be.
I know this is up in the air right now for a lot of people. There’s a good amount of 76ers fans out there that want nothing to do with Ben Simmons, which I totally get.
At the same time, you have these crazy Nets fans that think Simmons is going to just start pulling up from the logo in Brooklyn like they have never watched him actually play basketball before.
At this point in the Ben Simmons saga, we have to go full villain-mode and continue to just berate Ben Simmons relentlessly for years to come. The 76ers-Nets rivalry is just getting started and should be one of the best in the NBA for years to come.
Bring out Big Fendi, have him ring the bell, tell Ben Simmons he’s a bum ass and then have the Wells Fargo Center rain down boos on him until Ben decides to never show his face in Philadelphia for the rest of his career.
All of that sounds great to me, but at the end of the day, I highly doubt Ben will show his face in Philadelphia for the remainder of the regular season. He’s probably going to be glued to the NBA standings hoping that the 76ers won’t see the Nets in the playoffs until the Eastern Conference Finals.
From there, who knows what will happen. Simmons can’t hide forever. We waited almost eight months to hear him speak and seeing him in person will drive Philly insane until it happens. One thing about Philadelphia is that they never forget. Period.
Looks like Harden is going to be playing on Friday and we’re just over two weeks until the Nets come to South Philadelphia.
Full steam ahead, baby.