KEY POINTS

  • Russell Westbrook's wife received a disturbing text message from an anonymous fan
  • Westbrook was accused of being sex slave to a cult by a former NFL player
  • Westbrook remained focused on his game despite unwanted criticisms

An anonymous fan direct-messaged Russell Westbrook’s wife wishing cancer on him and his family.

The NBA is one of the most exciting leagues in the world. Over the years, it has turned basketball enthusiasts into die-hard fans. What is even more thrilling in the NBA is that fans get to represent their hometown. Given the amount of energy and electricity the NBA has been bringing out of the fans, some of them tend to cross the line and do crazy things. In fact, some were even extreme that players find it disturbing.

This has been the case when Rockets star Westbrook dropped 41 points and 8 rebounds on the Boston Celtics that led to a 111-110 victory for Houston. Shortly after the game, Westbrook’s wife dropped a direct message sent to her by reportedly a Celtics fan who wished cancer on her husband as well as their children, Total Pro Sports reported.

“Your husband is f---ing p---y. I hope your husband and children get cancer. Scummiest player in the NBA absolutely a disgraceful to the game,” the fan texted.

Westbrook has been off to a hot streak lately and his 41-point game led the Rockets to their sixth straight win. And what’s even more impressive is that Westbrook has led the Rockets averaging 7.9 rebounds and 27.6 points for the last 10 games.

Russell Westbrook Russell Westbrook #0 of the Oklahoma City Thunder before the game against the Los Angeles Lakers during a 107-100 Thunder win at Staples Center in Los Angeles, Jan. 2, 2019. Photo: Harry How/Getty Images

James Harden and Westbrook have been quite successful as a duo in the NBA and even outside basketball. This month, world-famous fashion magazine GQ named Harden and Westbrook as “the most stylish duo in sports.”

Following the said recognition, the nine-time All-Star also received another bizarre and disturbing comment. But this time, it was from Larry Johnson, a former NFL running back who has been busy calling out athletes, performers and celebrities for participating in cult-like or Satan-like activities. On his social media account, Johnson expresses his wild and bizarre claims about famous personalities.

According to Johnson’s post on Twitter, Harden and Westbrook are apparently “sex slaves to the highest bidder.” He also claimed that the color combination of the American flag used on the cover, brown and white, is influenced by Masons.

Westbrook, who could be seen on the cover wearing “cheetah-skin designed scarf” was associated by Johnson to a certain “MK Ultra ‘Sex Kitten’ beta programming.”

Despite all these unwanted criticisms, Westbrook remained focused in his game as he records his third highest scoring average of his career this season with 27.5 points per game.