Bun B Banned From All Houston Sports

Houston rapper Bun B is a huge supporter of Houston's professional sports yet fans trust that without him they could very well recover their triumphant streaks.

Most importantly, how does a rapper have any impact on a sports team… Bun B should not be restricted from an open scene especially sports teams that he supports. That is essentially similar to somebody forbidding you from a sports game due to being too noisy during a play.

This situation is totally absurd you must take in thought Bun B is a piece of the Houston culture and without him, it just wouldn't be the same.

As indicated by KPRC 2, Dontralle Brown Reed needs Bun B prohibited from all Houston sports, which is not only an uninvolved wish from this devoted fan. Reed is taking it to the following level, by beginning an appeal to make the ban official.

Bun B has upheld the Texans, Rockets, and Astros through all the good and bad times. He has even made songs with other Houston known rappers about his teams. In any case, a few fans say all that help is having the invert impact, calling the rapper a curse.

As of tonight, Reed's appeal has hit over 100 signatures. By him receiving 100 or more signatures, the petition will be sent to Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Texans owner Bob McNair, Astros owner Jim Crane and Rockets general manager Daryl Morey.

Check out below what this absurd petition reads:

"Bun B is a rapper from Port Author (sic), Texas who supports Houston Sports. We respect Bun B the rapper but not Bun B the fan. Why? Because his support is bad for our teams. We have lost players, prime-time games and shots at championships every time he's involved — from appearances to his songs. The fans are growing tired and this has been going on the past five years. He only comes around when we are winning so it's only right (to) ban him from the teams. He is a bandwagon for his image."

KPRC 2 has reached out to Bun B on Twitter, fans are still waiting for his response.

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