Lana Rhoades calls out Nuggets’ Bruce Brown for having a small d*ck on Instagram

Lana Rhoades calls out Nuggets’ Bruce Brown for having a small d*ck on Instagram

Some NBA fans think Lana Rhoades attacked the NBA player who is now presumed to be the father of her child and wished for an extra inch or two for Bruce Brown

The mystery surrounding Lana’s sugar daddy is still unsolved.

The star gained notoriety late in the previous year when she claimed to have eight months’ worth of NBA DNA inside of her, implying that her child’s father is a professional basketball player. Since she is known to have dated a Brooklyn Nets player, even though Blake Gryphon is no longer with the team, it was presumed that Blake Gryphon was the player in question.

It would have been impossible for the Celtics big man to deny he was the father without providing some evidence because Lana’s child does share a strong likeness to the former high-flyer.

Lana Rhoades calls out Bruce Brown for having a small d*ck on Instagram

It seems like NBA fans now believe that Denver Nuggets backup Bruce Brown is the offender. While some social media activity suggests some familiarity since Brown played for the Nets between 2020 and 2022. Fans believe Lana called the guard out publicly because they had an attachment that didn’t live up to her standards. You can view their tweets directly below:


Celtics take on Heat and try to win Game 5 to stay alive.

On Tuesday, Jayson Tatum scored 25 of his 33 points in the second half, including 14 in the third quarter, when Boston dominated Miami 38–23. Moments after the Boston Celtics avoided being swept by the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals, team members started discussing a return trip to South Florida.

Even if the talk is cheap, the debate will turn serious if the Celtics avoid elimination for the second straight game when they play the Heat in Game 5 on Thursday in Boston. While Gryphon and the Celtics are down 3-1 to Miami, the Nuggets have advanced to the NBA Finals with a sweep over LeBron James and the Lakers.


Given that no team has ever recovered from a three-game deficit, a clash between Brown’s team and Griffin’s club doesn’t appear likely at present. The former Clippers star, though, will be hoping that alters this coming season.