Adult film star Lana Rhoades made all the headlines in sports websites a couple of days ago, as she went on her Podcast to tell the story of a terrible date she had with an NBA star who played for the Brooklyn Nets.
Rhoades told the story of how the unnamed player brought another date as well as a 'backup option', and how they never actually connected because he wasn't 'spicy' enough for her or did small talk at all.
And, while she never said the player's name, she did say that he was a Libra. That, plus the way she described his personality, made NBA fans conclude that she was talking about Kevin Durant.
Lana Rhoades Tells The Story Of A Terrible Date With Brooklyn Nets Stars, People Claim It's Kevin Durant
“The guy who invited me also invited one of the other girls and this isn’t the first time that this has happened to me that where I’ve been invited on a date and they also invite a 'backup option,'" Rhoades said.
“We ended up leaving dinner, not because of that situation because at that point, you’re already friendzoned, I don’t give a f*ck who you’re talking to, the date was really boring… I don’t want to be mean but me and this guy just didn’t click and I’m like what’s your favorite this, what’s your opinion on this, and he was just like, I don’t have opinions on anything, I don’t have favorite anythings, and he was serious and he wasn’t just saying that to shut down the conversation… he’s not spicy enough for me," the entertainer concluded.
Lana Rhoades Calls Out 'Toxic Fans' Over Date Story
Apparently, Rhoades got a lot of negative attention online from people who said that she should've had still gone to bed with him because she used to do adult films, prompting her anger and some strong messages on social media:
"The way men are allowed to talk to/about woman online is disgusting, and often praised for. I Can’t wait till “misogyny” is something they can be canceled for," the adult film star posted on Twitter.
"It’s sickening, the articles & videos that have come out the past few days about a date that I went on. I have no right to say “no” to hookup culture bc I made the choice to do porn at 19. Grown men who work in media trying to tell woman what to do with their body? Ick,. Men who have this view should not be allowed to create and post content on the internet. It’s toxic and disgusting," she added.
"I don’t care what respect anyone thinks I deserve bc of my past decisions. I will take the respect that I want. And if someone can’t give it to me, I will not engage with you," Rhoades concluded.
She's right. Regardless of what she used to do for a living, she's still a human being and has the right to say no when she doesn't want to be with someone, even if we're talking about an NBA superstar.