According to Charles Barkley, "nobody doesn't like meat."
NBA legend turned analyst Charles Barkley likes picking fights, and he found his next opponent on Thursday night in the pregame leading up the Warriors–Spurs game.
His target this time—vegetarians.
Yes, you read that correctly.
Because according to Barkley, "nobody doesn't like meat."
In the segment, he said "there's no such thing as a vegetarian."
We already know Barkley loves his pizza, but this obsession is news to us all.
Barkley also managed to alienate PETA with his comments, who issued a statement Friday.
"PETA thought there was no such thing as not believing that vegetarians exist, yet here we are," said PETA senior vice president Lisa Lange. "We'd like to see Charles make that claim to Kyrie Irving, Damian Lillard, Jahlil Okafor, John Salley, and the many other NBA superstars who are thriving on healthy and delicious meat-free meals.
Lange is referring to Irving who decided to switch to a plant-based diet this season.
So if you ever happen to have Barkley over for dinner, make sure meat is on the menu, and maybe skip inviting Irving and Lillard.