So this happened, and we’re not sure why.
On Sunday, Donald Sterling, the disgraced owner of the LA Clippers, put his racist viewpoints aside to attend a spiritual service at a predominantly black church in South Los Angeles.
Maybe it was his redemption?
Praises of Zion Missionary Baptist Church invited him to worship with the congregation, according to KNBC-TV.
Sterling received a warm welcome, and Pastor J. Benjamin Hardwick told him the congregation was praying for him.
And Sterling, who is said to be suffering from Alzheimer’s disease but is still suing the NBA for $1 billion for their decision to oust him from the league, really enjoyed himself in the house of the Lord.
Sterling told KNBC-TV he went to Praises of Zion Missionary Baptist Church to support the church and said the service was “beautiful.”
We’re just wondering if he took a picture with the pastor. You know, with his disgust of posing in pictures with black people and all.
SOURCE: Huffington Post | PHOTO CREDIT: SPLASH