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NBA And NFL Player Get In Wild Brawl Over Instagram Model

Malik Beasley And Su'a Cravens Fight

Former NFL player Su’a Cravens and NBA player Malik Beasley got in a wild brawl because of an Instagram model. It’s actually a full on blown on brawl which makes sense because of course it’s over an Instagram model.

 

[TMZ] – It all went down at an upscale apartment complex in Denver on August 9 — and you can see 22-year-old Beasley pacing the lobby without a shirt while wearing his Nuggets shorts.We’re told Beasley was heated over a situation involving a mutual female friend — Instagram model Montana Yao — and had called out Cravens to settle things once and for all.

Let’s get to first things first. This is real brawl. But man if you are Malik Beasley you cannot get involved here. Why you ask? Because, turned down $30 million extension from The Nuggets and is betting on himself to get more. So lot is on the line here especially when his girlfriend Instagram model Montana Yao is your girlfriend and you have a kid with her. It appears the basketball guy lost the fight. No surprise there. Here is what Cravens posted after the fight:

Just a crazy story all around. Not too often do you get a fight between pro athletes especially cross sport fights. Anyway we did say Instagram model.. so here is Beasley’s girlfriend:

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My nails say MALIK ??

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Spooky ??

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Bahamamama ?

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2018 RECAP PT 2

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