According to TMZ, Crittenton called LAPD to report his $6000 Gucci jacket stolen in Hollywood (whoa @ the irony of it all).
When I read that story, I felt sick and sorry for him at the same time. Who does this dude have on his team? Not his NBA team, I mean his homies. Friends. Cronies. Goons. BFFs. Partners in crime (no pun intended).
I don’t go out often but when I do, it’s usually with a group of people. We usually don’t check our coats because we have a table but there’s always at least one person who’s not partying as hard as everyone else and that person is keeping an eye on everyone’s belongings.
This is why Javaris’ issues are so perplexing to me. He’s been known to roll with a mini entourage most of the time- definitely when he goes out. So My biggest question to Javaris is what the heck are these people that you have around you doing?? You don’t have at least one responsible person to look after you and your stuff?
Is this how you catch ALL of your friends after you realized that you’ve been robbed?
If all of his people leave him to go drop it like it’s hot as soon as they walk in the club, he can NOT stunt with thousands of dollars on his neck, back, finger, ear, feet- he just can’t do it.
If he had just one person looking out for his best interests, he wouldn’t be in the predicament he’s in now. Didn’t it all start with a chain?
Not to mention, he’s in all of this legal trouble (I won’t even talk about him going to the club when he’s still out on bail) because a chain worth thousands of dollars was snatched off his neck! Not only does he not roll with people to prevent things from happening to him, he rolls with people who he can’t call to fix problems for him.
We can’t dwell on things that we can’t change but what we can do is help this poor kid out. That’s why all goons need to forward your resumes to be on Javaris’ team. The quicker he gets a new team, the quicker his troubles will fade away and he’ll stop getting robbed.