Watch a YouTuber named “Lofe” tease retired Miami Heat guard Ray Allen with a hilarious prank. While shopping at a Target store, the Hall of Famer and two-time NBA champion noticed that two children were following him.
Allen thought the boys were following him because they knew he was famous. However, Lofe just wanted to play a fart prank on him.
Allen won his first NBA championship with the Boston Celtics in the 2007-08 season. In the 2008 NBA Finals, the Celtics defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in six games.
For the 2022-23 season, some NBA betting sites are giving the Celtics odds of +600 to win the title.
The guard then won his second championship playing with the Miami Heat in the 2013 NBA Finals. Miami defeated the Spurs in seven games. At the end of the fourth quarter, Allen sank a game-defining 3-pointer, forcing overtime and saving the Heat’s season.
Watch YouTuber Hall of Famer Ray Allen irritate
Did Allen overreact? Yes, probably. But some people just want to do their shopping and then leave. Not everyone is in the mood to gamble at Wal-Mart or Target. Check out the full video below.
“Man! I know you hear me,” Allen said. “You follow me around trying to do some cops – not over here.”
“My goodness,” one of the boys replied.
Ray Allen had NONE of those YouTuber pranks 😳 pic.twitter.com/bvsL7zuaBu
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) September 23, 2022
“I know you hear me,” the 10-time All-Star replied. “Keep moving! And you’re still recording.”
“No, it takes 30 frames per second,” said one of the children.
“I don’t agree with that,” Allen explained. “Talk to him.”
“He’s deaf,” one of the boys replied.
“Do some sign language or something,” the Hall of Famer said.
After Allen left, the pranksters couldn’t help but laugh. The YouTuber had no idea he was pranking an NBA player.
“Bro, I didn’t even know it was Ray Allen until you guys told me,” Loft explained. “I feel bad because he thinks we’re doing it because he’s Ray Allen, but I didn’t even know he was Ray Allen.”
In June, Allen was filmed attending a civil debate with fans about which legend is the greatest basketball player in NBA history. The retired 3-point sniper pleaded for Michael Jordan to LeBron James.
When it comes to basketball, Allen enjoys talking to fans. But maybe he was just having a bad day. It’s either that or he doesn’t like being screwed. Check out other content related to the former heat guard on the main page.
In 1,300 games over his 13-year career, Allen averaged 18.9 points, 4.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.1 steals per game. He also averaged 45.2% from ground and an impressive 40% from downtown.
In 2018, Ray Allen was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.