Spencer Dinwiddie of the Brooklyn Nets and Kyle Kuzma have recently engaged in a lot of back and forth on social media, and their Twitter beef now appears to be a full-fledged feud between these two former Washington Wizards colleagues. In his most recent round of vitriol against Kuz, Dinwiddie has now been forced to make references to Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant, and Eminem.
Initial criticism came from Dinwiddie, who referred to Kuzma’s recent name-calling as “something I probably heard last time I was like 10 years old.” Then, Dinwiddie channeled his inner Bunny Rabbit by referencing Eminem’s well-known figure from the movie 8 Mile:
“It’s like a theory from 8 Mile… The way Eminem approached the final battle, if you approach it with truth, what is there to hide? There’s nothing there. That’s probably the last time I’m gonna address that because I want to keep the focus on the team and what we’re doing. At the end of the day, I spoke truth and got rebutted with 10-year-old insults.” Spencer Dinwiddie said via ClutchPoints on Twitter.
You can watch the interview below:
“Some people are blessed to be in situations. We don’t get mad at Rick Fox for winning a championship with Kobe and Shaq. Some people are blessed, but we can’t act like Rick Fox led them to a championship.”
Spencer Dinwiddie on Kyle Kuzma
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) April 13, 2023