Black Basketball Players Chase Down And Circle Beat Referee Putting Him In The Hospital In Crazy Video

Some of these athletes have been in 8th grade for a couple of years looks like.

Home life must be a real pleasure with these little monsters.

A referee needed 30 stitches after being brutally attacked by a bunch of eighth-graders at a youth basketball game in Georgia, according to TMZ.

The mayhem was captured on video Sunday at the “Love Of The Game” event at the Stronghold Christian Church. TMZ reported that multiple players from one team and spectators at the game appeared to chase the referee before pinning him to the floor, punching and kicking him.

Kenneth Tarver, the founder of KB Sports, which helped host the youth tournament in Lithonia (about 30 minutes from Atlanta), said he doesn’t know what caused the incident.

Tarver said he spoke with the referee after the scuffle and that the official is expected to make a full recovery. He added that the team involved in the incident has been banned from future events, which will include increased security.

“The referee appears outnumbered from the very start,” Paris Cherry, a former pro basketball player who is now a youth basketball development coach, told WSB-TV. “I was appalled. It was a very scary video. To see the… (Read more)

8 thoughts on “Black Basketball Players Chase Down And Circle Beat Referee Putting Him In The Hospital In Crazy Video”

  1. Don’t we just love this CHRISTIAN nigger shit. Play basket ball under the “so called” christian stronghold & then beat the hell out of a referee. Yep! Right on target, because, violence is all these niggers know or will ever know. This is how they’ve been raise. Just like ole Will Smith.
    Take them out of the ghetto, but, you will never take the ghetto out of them. Just [email protected] Ya kno……

  2. Happy Warrior

    Looks like a hate crime to me. This just proves, once again, that you can take the savage out of the jungle but you cannot take the jungle out of the savage.

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