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Frauds Beware, Big Baller Brand isn’t here for your Shenanigans


In what seemed like a normal Saturday morning quickly turned bizarre as interesting news appeared to be brewing as it relates to Big Baller Brand. In a report by Nicola Lupo of Sportando, Frata Nardo, a third division Serie B club from Italy issued a press release stating a partnership with Big Baller Brand that included apparel and jerseys.

While all of that sounds dope for sure, there was one issue — it was false. That’s right, unbeknownst to Frata Nardo, they were duped by a fake website posing themselves as a triple B European affiliate.

While Big Baller Brand aspires to continue to go global and create partnerships with countries over the world, this one doesn’t appear to be in the works.

As I set out to confirm the validity of this, it was made clear to me this website is by no means affiliated with BBB. “This is not ours,” a Big Baller Brand representative stated. “We have no Italy deal…[This] company is not affiliated with BBB in anything. [This] will be forwarded to our legal team.”

In addition to this statement, I was told this company is expected to be reported and will have to deal with a possible legal matter they may not want to.

So, hate them or love them, it’s best to stay in your lane and refrain from posing as a Big Baller Brand spin-off. It just may not end well for you.

Brandon Williams is the Editor in Chief for Fresh Sports TalkYou can follow him on Twitter @TalkinWithFresh, or “Like” him on Facebook.

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