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Los Angeles – It seems like the Los Angeles Clippers can never get anything right. Well, at least they got Blake Griffin right.

The Clippers recently put out an ad for their fans to come celebrate “Black History Month” on March 2nd!? To make it even worse, the ad said they would give out “1,000 tickets to underpriveleged children” in honor of the month.

Do you consider that offensive? Are the Clippers insinuating that all Black children are underprivileged?

You be the judge.


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