Envious of James Harden, Tom Brady, Devin Booker and All the Stars at Billionaire’s 4th July Party, NBA Analyst Forces a Reply: “I Really Love You”

Published 07/06/2023, 11:00 AM EDT

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The 4th of July celebrations wrapped up a few days ago, and the whole country enjoyed the holidays. Celebrities and sports people had a good time and some of them posted on social media about the celebrations.

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While most of those posts were just information about the celebrations, one of them told a whole new story to anyone who stumbled upon that particular social media post. That particular party was the one hosted by Michael Rubin, the CEO of Fanatics and the ex-investor in the Philadelphia 76ers.

Stephen A. Smith had a complaint against Michael Rubin

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His party found a special mention on a podcast of Stephen A. Smith. And that special mention had him dismayed as well. Here’s what Stephen said, “I got a little beef with my man, Michael Rubin. You know, there was this shinding, a star-studded event in the Hamptons. I am seeing Beyonce and Jay Z there. I am seeing J LO there,  I am seeing La La Anthony and Kim Kardashian, Lory Harvey, Justin Skye, Hailey Beiber, Kendall Jenner, I mean, the list goes on and on..”

He continued, “I see the outfit, Kim. I see the fellas there, Micah Parsons, James Harden was there, Joel Embiid was there, Jason Tatum was there, Tobias Harris was there, You know, Tom Brady was there.”

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And then, at the end of it all, Smith had his complaint. He said, “Michael Rubin, I get no invite, man” and he seemed pretty distraught about it. Michael Rubin got the message, and he replied to the video too.

Fans responded to this banter on Twitter

Someone apologized for not making it to the party.

Another one had a quick, hot question:

Another user found it all to be a bit funny:

A fan used an old-but-gold meme:

And there was another meme:

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Stephen A. Smith was currently in the news because of the sacking that happened over at ESPN. He was one of the few analysts who got to keep their job, even when industry veterans like Jeff Van Gundy were let go.

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What do you think about this banter? Do you think Stephen will get an invite the next time? Tell us in the comments.

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Roy Daniel Dsliva

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Roy Daniel D'Silva is an NBA Writer at EssentiallySports. He is an undergraduate English scholar and has covered the OTT beat as an entertainment journalist for two years. He has also been a content writer and SEO and content consultant.
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Debmallya Chakraborty

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