Lou Williams allegedly visited a Strip Club after leaving Bubble

Ruben Hill
August 1, 2020

Lou Williams had NBA Twitter going insane this past week after it was revealed that he went to the Magic City strip club while on an excused absence from the NBA bubble.

Williams was pictured in the Magic City strip club in Atlanta on Thursday evening while having a drink and wearing an National Basketball Association mask, according to USA media reports.

With Williams receiving the maximum isolation time starting on Saturday, he is assured of missing the Clippers opener against the Lakers and a game against New Orleans next Saturday.

The 33-year-old Clippers player was granted permission to leave the Orlando resort-where National Basketball Association athletes are living and working during the US COVID-19 outbreak-after the death of a friend's father, according to ESPN. ESPN notes that the photo shows Williams wearing an National Basketball Association mask as he held a drink at the club. Magic City bills itself as the "premier Atlanta strip club" and is a fully nude adult entertainment venue.

Williams became the third Los Angeles Clippers player given a release for a family emergency, which has disrupted the practice and scrimmage sessions for the team as it prepares to return on Thursday against the LeBron James-led Los Angeles Lakers. Williams was back home to say goodbye to a family member who had passed away.

Williams tweeted a photo of Paul Williams on Friday, along with the caption: 'Long Live Pops'.

The 33-year-old was captured in the strip club after rapper Jack Harlow posted a photo of the duo together at the venue on social media.

'That was an old pic of me and Lou.

On Friday, the 3-time Sixth Man of the Year tweeted that he'd been "in and out" of what he called his favorite restaurant in Atlanta. Coach Doc Rivers said (via ESPN) of the NBA's restart. "Perk. Shut up. And stop laughing and saying it's just TV when you run into me too". Ain't nobody partying. Chill out lol. When they open the restart to the National Basketball Association season Thursday against the Lakers, they don't know if they'll be whole with a 15-man roster.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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