Lonzo Ball Permanently Covers Up His Big Baller Brand Tattoo

Los Angeles Lakers star Lonzo Ball made one giant step from isolating himself from the Big Baller Brand after the co founder Alan Foster had allegedly stolen $1.5 million out of his personal and business accounts.

Today, pictures surfaced of Lonzo Ball completely covering up the Big Baller Brand tattoo.

Lonzo was paid a visit at home by legendary tattoo artist Herchell from Pachuco Tattoo Shop in Orange California. According to The Blast News, Herchell was asked to cover up Ball’s BBB logo on his arm near his “Born 2 Ball” tattoo.

Earlier this offseason, The NBA quickly warned Lonzo that he needs to cover up one way or another since NBA rules prohibit players from displaying any commercial logos or corporate insignia on their body or hair.

With the rumors of him possibly joining Nike, and now covering up the tattoo, the future with Big Baller Brand is up in the air as of right now. Lonzo Ball as of right now is the majority owner of Big Baller Brand at 51 percent. Foster, LaVar Ball and Tina Ball, Lonzo’s mother, each own 16.3 percent of the company.

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