Metta World Peace AKA Ron Artest is one unpredictable dude. During his 14 year NBA career, the Lakers' mercurial forward has incited an infamous brawl, legally changed his name, and released a terrible rap album, among other exploits. Show More Summary
There’s nothing worse than an athlete who insists on rapping, but Ron Ron gets a pass, the quality of his music notwithstanding. In this new clip, he holds it down for the ‘Bridge. Say it! Spotted: Boi-1da Previously: Ron Artest ft. Max, B-Real, Lenny, Fat Joe, TAZ & George Lopez – Go Loco
Where's Ron Artest when you need him?
The San Antonio Spurs' Stephen Jackson has come a long way since he was playing the backup role to The Artest Formerly Known as Ron in the stands all those years ago in Detroit, but it seems he's still the same old guy he's always been, both deep down and on the surface. Show More Summary
There have been many mavens of hairstyle in recent NBA memory. Dennis Rodman, Anthony Mason, Ron Artest and Chris Andersen come to mind. There are too many more to mention. But this slideshow focuses on the best new 'dos in the NBA. Sadly, this means so many of the greatest NBA haircuts won't be shown. Show More Summary
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There have certainly been some strange celebrity name changes in recent memory—Lisa Bonet became Lilakoi Moon, Ron Artest is now Metta World Peace—but a member of the world famous Jackson family is taking a simpler approach: he just wants a single letter changed. Show More Summary
The Lifetime movie based on Nancy Grace's book marks the acting debut of LA Laker Metta World Peace (formerly known as Ron Artest), who plays Fincher.
So yeah, Metta World Peace is starring in a Lifetime movie produced by Nancy Grace. It's an adaptation of a book Grace wrote called -- naturally -- "The Eleventh Victim." Here's what the forward formerly known as Ron Artest told XX Sports...Show More Summary
It's Thursday already? Nice. NFL action tonight! Well, if you can call the Chiefs and Chargers "action."
Ron Artest IS Metta World Peace IS Garlin Fincher, a veteran detective trading the mean streets of Atlanta for the wilds of Afghanistan. His reasons are his own, his methods unorthodox, but he always gets his man. Premiering Saturday on Lifetime, The Eleventh Victim is World Peace’s feature film debut, based on the book by Nancy Grace. Show More Summary
Tim Tebow has his number retired, the Islanders move to Brooklyn and Ron Artest is an actor now.
Metta World Peace [formerly Ron Artest] is starring in a Lifetime Movie written by Nancy Grace. Yes, you read that correctly. World Peace– oh fck it, he’s not Muhammad Ali [...] The post Metta World Peace starring in a Lifetime Movie written by Nancy Grace. This is not Mad Libs. appeared first on FilmDrunk.
Ron Artest once went into the stands with gruesome results. That was a long time ago, though. Metta World Peace went into the stands Saturday night at Staples Center with hilarious results. World Peace, who won the NBA’s 2010-11 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award and changed his name a year ago, was displaying his regained agility with [...]
Here is Ron Artest with his girlfriend Shin Shin (Gao Xinxin) leavinf Toast in West Hollyweird and hopping into Metta’s Lamborghini. Ron Artest Talks Mental Illness [Video] What do y’all think cute couple or just your typical baller girlfriend?? We
And no, the answer isn’t Ron Artest Metta World Peace…
Allen Iverson has “Jewelz,” Ron Artest has “Champions,” Chris Johnson has this mess, and Shaq owns a discography section on his Wikipedia page. And just like the rest of his [...] The post Eagles DeSean Jackson Wants To Rap Because Rapping Athletes Never Goes Wrong appeared first on The Smoking Section.
The LA Times’ Mark Medina reported on twitter yesterday that Ron Artest had some interesting things to say following practice about ‘white’ people. In a weird self-deprecating fashion when a reporter asked World Peace ‘is Nash the smartest player on the Lakers?”, Metta responded by saying “He’s White so, probably yes”. By all accounts thus [...]
Once upon a time, Metta World Peace was Ron Artest, and once upon a time before that, Ron Artest was among the most feared defenders in the NBA. His combination of size, strength, quick feet and even quicker hands made him the bane of every opposing forward's existence. Show More Summary
While Chad Johnson, Clinton Portis, Ozzie Guillen and Ron Artest are Hall of Famers as entertaining interview subjects in the world of sports, the NHL has its own cast of characters that can compete with those big names. There have been...Show More Summary