Over the weekend, the National Basketball Association star beat the s**t out of a man who allegedly smashed his auto window following the peaceful Los Angeles protests turning violent.
"You can see ... the 6'6", 225 pounder unleashed a barrage of violent kicks on the man - landing several times in the head.
It was hours ago when Smith took to social media to warn people that above video would surface. When the other guy finally makes it up to his feet, J.R. delivered one final punch to the face.
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"One of these little motherf-king white boys, didn't know where he was going, and broke my f-king window in my truck", Smith explained in a video. He broke my window.
Before things got twisted, Smith clarified that "this ain't no hate crime", adding, "I ain't got no problem with anybody who doesn't have a problem with me". Smith said he then "chased him down and whooped his a**".
Los Angeles and other major US cities have been besieged for days by violent protests and rioting, spurred by the Memorial Day death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.
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"I don't have no problem with nobody and nobody has problems with me", Smith said.
The incident, coincidentally, came on the two-year anniversary of Smith famously not calling a timeout at the end of regulation during Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals.
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In central Indianapolis, police were investigating "multiple shootings", including one that left a person dead, amid the protests. In Fayetteville, protestors set fire to the iconic Market House in the city center, before they were dispersed.