Stephen Jackson Goes To Atlanta, Tells Kwame Brown To ‘Pull Up’ And Meet Him ‘Face To Face’ Days After Brown Called Him A ‘Fake BLM Activist’

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  • Kwame Brown called Stephen Jackson a “fake Black Lives Matter activist” in response to Jackson talking about him during podcast appearance
  • Jackson travels to Atlanta and tells Brown to “pull up”
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Stephen Jackson apparently wants to have a face-to-face chat with Kwame Brown.

Last week, Brown and Jackson exchanged several responses on social media after Brown called out “All The Smoke” podcast host for talking bad about him.

During the back and forth, Brown called Jackson a “fake Black Lives Matter activist.”

You n—– been talking a lot, saying a lot of things you don’t know what the f— you talking about. So, I’m gonna address you directly @nochillgill and @stak5 fake Black Lives Matter activist ass n—- and a gangbanger that killed n—– at the same time allegedly.

“Y’all get on the internet and y’all report things that make no goddamn sense. I grew up in an era where you don’t play with grown-ass men and I think both of you two gentlemen know, personally, that I’m a grown-ass man.”

In a now-deleted Instagram post, Jackson claimed that he’s currently in Atlanta and told Brown to “pull up” so they could meet face-to-face.

Brown has been reluctant to meet Jackson and stated that he just wanted him to stop talking about him.