Watch Former NBA Star Gilbert Arenas Smash His Own Car With a Cinder Block
Although it's been a year since it actually happened, footage of Gilbert Arenas smashing his own car with a cinder block was released, courtesy of TMZ, this week. According to Arenas, it all happened because his now ex-girlfriend had smashed all 34 windows in his Calabasas, Calif. home and thrown his computer, which had his Netflix password saved on it, into the pool. You never mess with a man's Netflix password. Before TMZ posted the video, Arenas preemptively posted to Instagram with this caption of his side of the story: "TMZ will be posting this tomorrow....listen: I DONT CARE...in #March2014 she came to my calabasas house and broke EVERY SINGLE WINDOW so I decided too show her I’ll break my OWN shit before she does...Yes #TMZ both cars are mines and under my name....when someone breaks 34 windows...it’s #DOYOUBRODY but when she toss ur #3 monitor computer in the pool,you’re like HELL MUTHA FYCKN NAW, I don’t remember my #Netflix password it was auto saved,you piece of shyt...#TMZ u take a person #Netflix away,nothing else matters....on a serious note this is kinda sad....I now get my kids every wensday and every other weekend,joint custody and 50/50 summer......but I guess when u want $244k a month and 1 day a month visitation and don’t get it...you’ll spend ur days trying to destroy the other parent image so u can get full custody smdh...#TMZ here’s my comment: I LIKE NETFLIX... speaking of Netflix has anybody seen #Champs with Tysons holyfield and Hopkins???" RELATED: This is the Perfect Car Accessory for LeBron James Haters
If there were an Instagram Comments Hall of Fame, that'd be in it. As you read, it wasn't the 34 windows that set Arenas off. It was the fact that he lost his autosaved Netflix password that put him over the edge. Nevermind the idea that he could have, you know, simply clicked "Forgot My Password."
Some of you might be asking yourself, "How does he still have that much money?" Allow us to explain. Arenas hasn't played in the NBA since 2012, but that doesn't mean he hasn't been getting paid. The Orlando Magic amnestied him and his contract, so he was still making more than $20 million per year in 2013 and 2014. Yep, he was getting paid NOT to play basketball. That's how bad the Magic wanted to get that contract off the salary cap books.
So he's been enjoying life maybe even more than when he was in the NBA. Now if you'll excuse us, time to go back to watching Champs.
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