LaMelo And LiAngelo Ball Follow In Their Brother’s Footsteps And Unfollow Big Baller Brand From Social Media

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It seems like Big Baller Brand is coming to an abrupt end.

On Friday night ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne revealed that Lonzo Ball had severed ties with BBB co-founder Alan Foster after $1.5 million of his money had gone missing.


Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball has severed ties with a co-founder of Big Baller Brand over concerns that the longtime family friend has a criminal past and also has not adequately accounted for the whereabouts of roughly $1.5 million from Ball’s personal and business accounts.

Ball told ESPN that he believes that Alan Foster, a friend of Lonzo’s father for almost a decade who owns 16.3 percent of Big Baller Brand, had “used his access to my business and personal finances to enrich himself. As a result, I have decided to sever all ties with Alan, effective immediately.”

Lonzo has since deleted any mention of BBB from his Instagram and hinted that he was signing with Nike after posting this picture on social media with caption “moving on to bigger and better things #myownman”.

It appears the Lonzo’s brothers have also unfollowed BBB from their Instagram.

RIP Big Baller Brand.