“F–k Donald Sterling,” one gentleman said. “I didn't know he was like that until I heard what I heard on TV, so f–k him.”
Donald Sterling's racist rant stopped him from receiving an award from the NAACP, but that didn't stop Jimmy Kimmel from asking strangers to congratulate the Los Angeles Clippers owner on the honor, anyway.
Fortunately for humanity, Kimmel's crew couldn't find anybody strolling past the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday willing to offer any kind words.
Except one guy who offered his condolences to the Sterling family when told the controversial NBA owner — recently banned from the league for life — was dead.
But he decided to “scratch all of that” nice talk when it was revealed “a different Donald Sterling” had died.