Lana Rhoades alleged Instagram message to Blake Griffin explored amid baby speculation

Lana Rhoades’ alleged Instagram message to Blake Griffin debunked after viral post duped countless fans.

Blake Griffin was once of the most explosive and entertaining players in the NBA. The former No.1 pick in the Draft was a high-flyer in Los Angeles, and part of the Clippers’ Lob City team that became renowned for operating above the rim and throwing down vicious slam dunks.

These days, Griffin has lost most of that athleticism and is now a role player. After spending time with the Nets, he signed a one-year deal with the Celtics last summer but was barely part of their rotation. After Boston was dumped out of the Eastern Conference Finals by the Heat, Griffin is now set to become an unrestricted free agent.

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Lana Rhoades’ alleged Instagram message to Blake Griffin

Away from the court there has been a lot of speculation about Blake’s personal life. Many people online think that Griffin is the father of former adult star Lana Rhoades’ baby, Milo.

Crucially, the father of Rhoades’ baby has never been revealed, and she has never addressed who it actually is. As reported by the New York Post, speculation started when Rhoades uploaded a TikTok where she said: “I swear to God I thought NBA players were nice guys. Next thing you know, I said, ‘I’m pregnant’ … And he told me to go f*** myself.”

Many people assumed it was Blake because they thought the baby looked like him, but again, there is no concrete evidence that this is the case.

With that in mind, some fans were shocked recently to see an alleged Lana Rhoades Instagram story aimed at Blake Griffin.

“Hey, Blake Griffin,” Rhoades wrote in the alleged story. “At least come visit your child before they ship your a** to China next year.”

The text was over a picture of her young son.

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The alleged post is fake

However, the alleged post concerning Lana Rhoades and Blake Griffin is fake.

The image from Lana Rhoades’ Instagram story was real, but the captions relating to Blake Griffin were made by ButtCrack Sports on Twitter.

The particular account is a self-described parody account that promotes and propagates fake content and satirical news. It has become infamous in NBA circles but still manages to dupe countless fans with its misinformation.

Community Notes on Twitter even responded to the ButtCrack Sports post writing: ‘There is no text on the original Instagram post by Lana Rhoades.’

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