When Cowherd's co-host Kristine Leahy broached the topic of how many shoes the Big Baller Brand had sold, Ball snapped back telling Leahy to, "stay in your lane" before calling her a hater. "[But] we're talking about Big Baller Brand".
"I don't know what it is", he said.
Ball was in the middle of discussing how many $495 Big Baller Brand sneakers he's sold so far ("I've sold a good amount, to me") when Leahy interjected to ask how many.
It's a shame that Ball couldn't take part in an actual discussion and remove some of these doubts about his personality.
"Stay in your lane", Ball said.
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"Stay in your lane", Ball responded, which ignited a freakish, argumentative back and forth during which he drove home the point that Leahy "scares [him] to death".
Ball also said Leahy "scared him to death", perhaps to get even with her for once claiming that Ball's son Lonzo is scared of him. "I don't even see her". Leave me alone, I'll tell you right now: "4-500 pairs".
Up until his Wednesday appearance, Ball had been boisterous and ridiculous with some of the things he said, but had avoided being problematic. Ball didn't agree, saying "I'm not friends with her" before asking to change the subject.
Later in the interview, Leahy accused Ball of disrespecting women. "Something's coming to you, and it's okay".
Rather than reply to Leahy's comment, Ball was dismissive of her. "Uh, yeah, if you have a women's company".
"Now that Lonzo's headed to Los Angeles, what they should have done is give me a billion dollars and let me be on my way", he said. She explained to him that in order to be a successful company, like say Nike, Adidas or Under Armour, he would need women to like his brand as well.