Rapper Lil B Mocks Kevin Durant After Injury, Proving the Curse Is Alive

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistOctober 12, 2014

Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant sits on bench before facing Denver Nuggets in the first quarter of an NBA exhibition basketball game in Denver on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
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Kevin Durant has to find some way to break the curse that was placed on him by rapper Lil B. If not, the Oklahoma City Thunder star may never achieve everything that he is capable of.

The feud started a few years ago when Durant sent this tweet out about Lil B and his music:

That led to the rapper putting a curse on the NBA star.

Since then, Lil B has put out a KD diss track (Warning: Video contains NSFW language)

After all of that drama, Durant said last month, via CBSSports.com's Matt Moore, that there is no beef between the two. Given that, there was no reason to believe that there was anything still going on.

That changed recently.

On Sunday, Thunder general manager Sam Presti, per The Oklahoman's Darnell Mayberry, revealed that Durant will miss some time after fracturing his right foot. That news led to Lil B reminding everyone of the curse.

It looks like the curse is still alive. For Durant's sake, hopefully he is able to make amends with the rapper and get the curse lifted.

[Twitter, h/t USA Today's FTW]

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