Allen Iversion Asked AdrienBroner to Play Russian Roulette

On a recent episode 3 of boxer AdrienBroner’s web-based reality show “About Billions” Allen Iverson made an unexpected guest appearance on it. Broner and crew, the current WBA welterweight champion of the world runs into Iverson the former NBA superstar in a nightclub as they were carousing in Atlanta, and some solemn strangeness arose.

On the show Iverson’s cameo was brief, with the former NBA star talking about how he wants to play Russian Roulette. He didn’t really sound like he was joking.

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The two athletes exchange some early inaudible banter before Iverson asked Broner that “You wanna play?” Because “I’m ready to play Russian Roulette.”

Broner then asked him, “Fully loaded pistol?”

Which seemed to excite Iverson even more, Iverson responded emphatically “Damn sure ready to play Russian Roulette.”

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Then the two shared a few laughs and Iverson signed off with a weird message about how Broner’s the real deal. Simply put, he didn’t appear to be at a good place in his life mentally and the show cuts to a clip of Iverson by himself looking morose.

The gloomy Allen Iverson stories keep on coming. Iverson reportedly owes $40,000 in unpaid child support and was lately charged of kidnapping his own children. His life after basketball does not seem like it’s going fine. When he was talking about playing Russian Roulette, maybe he either was joking and/or drunk for the reason that he made it seems like he would have played if somebody handed him a gun. And if that’s the case, he might have to some specialized player help.

Maybe this is wondering if it is really possible to earn money when you play roulette and do sports betting. However, spinning the roulette VS sport betting even if they both are a risky game, people still get a lot of chance to make clever decisions and make many of wins as there are plans available to help you out. For most beginners out there, even the decision where to place bets can already be a puzzling task. And, aside from being burdened to learn all the roulette terminologies that each game has, you also be required to be careful for scammers who take every chance they could use to make a fool out of you and your winnings. Thus, in order to keep away from being scammed and all of the other difficulties in roulette and sports betting take care that you did your lesson quite well.

Here's Allen Iverson Talking About Playing Russian Roulette

On a recent episode of Adrien Broner's online reality show, About Billions, Broner and his crew ran into Allen Iverson while they were partying in Atlanta. Above is Iverson's brief cameo—flagged by Grantland's Jay Caspian Kang—and it will make you miserable.

If Iverson ever meant anything to you as a basketball player (and he damn well better have), you're not going to enjoy watching him—looking listless, looking like he's on the wrong end of some kind of binge—as he talks about wanting to play Russian Roulette with a discomforting amount gravity in his voice.