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Lakers Star’s Wife Calls Pregnant Side Chick A ‘Hoe’ In Leaked DMs

Lakers Star’s Wife Calls Pregnant Side Chick A ‘Hoe’ In Leaked DMs

Los Angeles Lakers star Taurean Prince has had a busy year.

Because of head coach Darvin Ham’s affection for him and decision to prioritize playing him ahead of guys like Austin Reaves, D’Angelo Russell and Rui Hachimura, he sometimes drew the ire of the fan base.

Ham loved Prince so much, in fact, that he literally vetoed an NBA Trade Deadline deal for a superstar just to keep Prince on the roster.

In addition to having something of an up-and-down professional campaign in 2024, Prince’s home life seems to be in a state of flux as well.

This week, leaked DMs seemed to show his wife Hanah Usman call his alleged pregnant side chick a “hoe.” The messages largely speak for themselves:

 

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“What the Lakers have to do with how someone’s wife decides to handle a mistress?” one person wondered.

“She also needs more self love and self respect because maam you supporting your husband being a deadbeat to a child he made is very strange,” another person chimed in.

“Basically I’m not leaving him and your baby will have no father,” a third person noted.

This has been a crazy year in the NBA as far as females go. Between Anthony Edwards’ abortion drama, the tense LeBron James-Savannah James situation and the Lakers star who got exposed by a model for trying to cheat on his girl, it has been one thing after another.

This latest situation surrounding Prince and his family is just par for the course.

And with the Lakers’ playoff run approaching, this distraction is probably the last thing anyone on that side wanted.

Will Prince’s home life woes bleed into his performance on the basketball court for the Lakers? One way or another, an answer is coming soon enough.

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Carlos Garcia

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.
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