Last Dance: Michael Jordan's former teammate claims legend lied in documentary, is a snitch
- Michael Jordan's former teammate Horace Grant was taken aback when he heard the legend accused him of being a traitor
- The 54-year-old former Bulls player cleared his name and insisted Jordan was a snitch who always cut off anyone who went against him
- Horace claimed he was shocked to hear Jordan saying he was behind a book that attacked and tainted his character
American basketball icon Michael Jordan has been branded a snitch after his 10-part documentary The Last Dance was released on Netflix.
His former teammate Horace Grant who played alongside Jordan for the Bulls claimed the baller was spewing lies and propaganda on his show.
Speaking during an interview with ESPN 1000, Horace said Jordan lied about Horace being the source of a controversial book dubbed The Jordan Rules written by Sam Smith.
“He puts this lie out that I was the source behind the book. Sam and I have always been great friends and we still are but the sanctity of the locker room was never broken,” the angry basketball legend said.
He was annoyed to hear his former playmate claim he (Horace) betrayed their secret conversations and blubbered to his friend who is a writer.
According to Horace, Sam was a reporter who had the skills, time and ability to dig up any kind of dirt on anyone.
He referred to his former teammate’s documentary as a “so called documentary” and further alleged Jordan was holding onto a grudge from long ago.
“It is only a grudge man. I am telling you, it was only a grudge. And I think he proved that during his so called documentary. When you say something about him, he cuts you off,” Horace ranted.
The retired baller said Jordan is a petty man who destroys people’s character whenever they fall out.
He pointed out Jordan and a fellow player Charles Barkley also do not talk thanks to Jordan’s lack of maturity and a tendency to be a “snitch.”
According to Horace, Jordan dug up a former playmate’s past and exposed the skeletons in his closet instead of letting bygones be bygones.
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