Retired adult film actress Lana Rhoades made headlines recently when it came out that an NBA player had reportedly fathered her baby.
“I swear to God I thought NBA players were nice guys,” she said in a viral TikTok.
“Next thing you know, I said, ‘I’m pregnant’ … And he told me to go f**k myself.”
Youtube star Logan Paul added fuel to the fire when he seemed to suggest that a hoopster did in fact impregnate Rhoades.
Two NBA players have been linked to Rhoades in the past: Blake Griffin and Kevin Durant. Because of that, both became prime targets of the investigation into who fathered Rhoades’ child:
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A while back, Rhoades appeared on a podcast and divulged some interesting details about a player she had been on a date with.
“We ended up leaving dinner, not because of that situation because at that point,” she said. “You’re already friendzoned, I don’t give a f**k who you’re talking to, the date was really boring…
“I don’t want to be mean but me and this guy just didn’t click and I’m like what’s your favorite this, what’s your opinion on this, and he was just like, I don’t have opinions on anything, I don’t have favorite anythings, and he was serious and he wasn’t just saying that to shut down the conversation…he’s not spicy enough for me”
While Rhoades refused to name the player in question, she did acknowledge that he was a member of the Brooklyn Nets and a Libra. At the time, Durant was the only Libra on the roster.
Plus Durant has been partying a lot with women this summer — so clearly he loves the ladies.
For what it’s worth, Rhoades herself has admitted that another prominent athlete star slid into her DMs. So for all we know that guy is the father of her baby.
Or it someone else entirely.
— Game 7 (@game7__) September 2, 2022
Will the truth about who Rhoades’ baby daddy is ever come out?
Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.