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LA Clippers Owner Caught Asking His Girlfriend to Not Bring Black People to Games

6/17/2014

By Jordan Zakarin
TheWrap

Donald Sterling, known racist, was caught being racist again.

The LA Clippers owner and Los Angeles land baron has long been separated from his wife, which has provided him with the freedom to date and allegedly objectify many younger women. Currently, he's dating a woman named V. Stiviano, but things have been rocky between the two as of late — largely because Sterling disapproves of the photos she puts on Instagram.

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The problem, it appears, is that Stiviano — who is half-Mexican and half-black — smiles alongside African American pals, including Lakers legend Magic Johnson. Sterling, the notoriously cheap owner of LA's historically ignored team, does not appreciate his girlfriend being friends with Magic, or minorities in general.

In a shocking conversation that was caught on tape and posted by TMZ, Sterling assaults Stiviano's associations again and again, explaining that "culture" should preclude her from making public her friendship with minorities.

"It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. Do you have to?" Sterling says at one point. Later he adds, as if being conciliatory, "You can sleep with [black people]. You can bring them in, you can do whatever you want.  The little I ask you is not to promote it on that … and not to bring them to my games."

The tape has a whole lot more, if you care to listen below:

Clippers Owner Donald Sterling to GF – Don't Bring Black People to My Games, Including Magic Johnson

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