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Renard Matthews’ mother said her son, who died two weeks ago, was a big Kyrie Irving fan. But just how big of a fan was the New Orleans teen of the Boston Celtics star? Renard’s body was prepared in his No. 11 Boston Celtics uniform for his wake this past Sunday, surrounded by his favorite snacks and “playing” NBA2K, in which the Celtics were taking on the Golden State Warriors. He was also wearing Celtics socks. Matthews was shot and killed two weeks ago. His funeral is Tuesday.
I guess when we die we all turn into Dennis Rodman.
Shocking this guy got shot. All you really need to know about him can be learned by looking at the names of his siblings:
Reion Carter, Miracle, and Merlecedes Matthews
If you think this wake was off the hook, wait until you see Merlecedes’. She’s gonna be buried riding shotgun on chrome 22’s. And don’t even get me started on Miracle’s wake. She’s gonna be buried in a casket full of mayonnaise.
My question is, why is he a Celtics and Kyrie Irving fan if he lives in Louisiana? Y’all got Anthony Davis. For now. He’s kind of better than Kyrie. Maybe this dude’s a flat earther too. Either way, this the most ratchet way I’ve ever seen someone commemorate their dead. Your move Brockton….