It’s been a hell of a week for ESPN’s Highly Questionable with Dan LeBatard and Bomani Jones. Earlier this week, Fat Joe was on the show and revealed one of the biggest musical mysteries in history by stating that Anthony Mason was the New York Knicks player that was the subject of The Notorious B.I.G.’s “I Got A Story To Tell.”
Yesterday, former Lakers forward Metta World Peace was on the show and talked to the show about his rather rough upbringing and how he learned to cook crack at the age of 13. “That was something I’m not proud of, obviously,” he told HQ’s Dan Le Batard, Bomani Jones, and Papi. “But it was something that was introduced to me at an early age.”
The athlete formerly known as Ron Artest grew up on the mean streets of Queensbridge in New York City, and he never lets people forget it. Watch Bomani, Dan, and Papi continue to do God’s work under the ESPN umbrella in the video player below.