Gilbert Arenas once signed a contract so ludicrous even he had to later admit it was probably one of the worst in NBA history. Now he’s proving it by smashing his Mercedes with a cinder block, something very few non-rich people would ever do.
The former Washington Wizards superstar posted a video to Instagram on Wednesday that appears to show him repeatedly leveling his own Mercedes with a cinder block to prove some sort of point to the mother of his children. Something involving broken windows, computers in pools and lost Netflix passwords.
The caption reads in part:
TMZ will be posting this tomorrow....listen: I DONT CARE...in #March2014 she came to my calabasas house and broke EVERY SINGLE WINDOW so I decided too show her I'll break my OWN shit before she does...Yes #TMZ both cars are mines and under my name....when someone breaks 34 windows...it's #DOYOUBRODY but when she toss ur #3 monitor computer in the pool,you're like HELL MUTHA FYCKN NAW, I don't remember my #Netflix password it was auto saved,you piece of shyt...#TMZ u take a person #Netflix away,nothing else matters....
Arenas proceeds to spend the rest of the caption talking about how his children's mother is trying to “destroy [his] image” so she “can get full custody.” We’re no custody evaluators, but this video would seem to be doing him no favors in that regard:
...on a serious note this is kinda sad....I now get my kids every wensday and every other weekend,joint custody and 50/50 summer......but I guess when u want $244k a month and 1 day a month visitation and don't get it...you'll spend ur days trying to destroy the other parent image so u can get full custody smdh...#TMZ here's my comment: I LIKE NETFLIX... speaking of Netflix has anybody seen #Champswith Tysons holyfield and Hopkins???
There’s only one thing the average person can relate to here: loving Netflix. But such is life with Gilbert Arenas. And yes, TMZ posted about the whole to-do soon after.
UPDATE -- 12:55 P.M.: It looks like Agent Zero has deleted the video. Just in case it comes back, we'll leave the embed below, but we've updated the post above to include TMZ's video instead.