LOS ANGELES – LA Lakers basketball player Kobe Bryant sued Berlin, N.J.-based Goldin Auctions in order to prevent the auction sale of his trophies and other things he left in the family home.
Kobe’s former agent Torrance“Contract Killer” Chambers who is currently dating Kobe’s mother says the real reason Kobe sued the auction house was to prevent the release of an R&B recording he made after he cheated on his wife.
The recording titled Take Me Back (& I’ll Put A Ring On It) is rumored to have been recorded in the same studio Shaquille O’Neal, Bryant’s former teammate on the Lakers used to record his platinum debut “Shaq Diesel”.
“Kobe doesn’t care about none of the other items like the – surfboard from the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards. He’s black he doesn’t even surf,” stated Chambers. “But what he does care about is that recording getting out to the public. That recording was something he made in the attempts to win back his wife after he messed up”. Chambers went on to say that he didn’t even know Kobe had made the recording but as soon as he learned about it he told him that if the track ever got out it would end his Lakers basketball career.
As of this report Kobe Bryant refused to issue a statement about the recording. All of his Lakers fans will just have to wait and see if the song ever makes it to the airwaves.