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Kawhi Leonard Might Not Be the No.1 Public Enemy but Has a Good Number of Haters

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Kawhi Leonard is not the No.1 public enemy. He is not even near where Kevin Durant was when he moved to the Warriors. But after moving to the Clippers, he has a good number of haters now.

Leonard decided to join the Clippers in free agency, and he went with George Paul. Now that he is in Clippers, there are some businesses refusing to serve them. For example, Alfred Coffee chain based in California posted on its Instagram on Monday that they reserve the right to refuse to service Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and anybody else associated with Clippers.

Weirdly, people in his home state are acting like he is not welcome. The two times Final MVP is also receiving the same reaction from businesses in Canada. The savior of Raptors is also not welcome in Toronto.

A gentlemen club known as Zanzibar had offered free lapdances for life for members of Raptors after they won the first title for the franchise. Now his name is no longer in the list of recipients.

Anyway, Kawhi has nothing to worry about as he can always find another coffee shop and probably another night club in Los Angeles where he is welcomed.

Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nba/businesses-are-getting-back-at-kawhi-leonard-for-choosing-clippers/ar-AAE2mJh

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