Tired of filtered water, flavored water, carbonated water or plain tap water? Don’t fret, Lavar Ball has just the thing for you. Big Baller Brand has apparently partnered with a Lithuanian company to sell its own brand of bottled water.
What sets Big Baller Brand water apart from all that regular garbage water you can buy now? Well, for one, it’s “imported from Europe.”
— Big Baller Brand (@bigballerbrand) February 9, 2018
Other than that, we’re not sure.
The thinking here is probably that no other athlete currently endorses a water. Most opt for a sports drink. LeBron James can endorse Powerade and Michael Jordan can endorse Gatorade, but which athlete is out there endorsing water? None … until now! Or, at least, that’s how we imagine the sales pitch went down.
So, is this actually happening? Ball says so, but it’s also important to note that Big Baller Brand did receive an “F” rating from the Better Business Bureau. Maybe it’s in the works, or maybe it will be something you can pay for and then wonder whether you’ll ever receive. That has kind of been a thing with the company thus far.
Ball has not mentioned a price for Big Baller Brand water just yet. Call us “small ballers” if you must, but we’re guessing it might be higher than what we usually spend on water.
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