Her HomeGirls Jump Ship Amidst Alleged Extortion Plot…
HSK Exclusive - A former close associate to V. Stiviano says “TMZ will be hearing from my lawyers within the next 48-hours.” According to Rachel Rodriguez [she's the woman featured in that now-infamous Magic Johnson image], TMZ concocted a story to coincide with V. Stiviano’s recorded telephone conversation with Clippers owner, Donald Sterling.
“TMZ pulled a 34-week-old pic from my Instagram account… obviously to attach Magic Johnson to the whole thing, which made it even juicier.”
Just yesterday, TMZ ran a story titled “Donald Sterling: The Magic Picture That Triggered Racial Rant”. Rachel Rodriquez says not only is the story NOT true, she tells HSK that Sterling’s racist statement has nothing to do with the instructions he gave to Stiviano, a woman reported to have accepted BIG BUCKS from Sterling.
“V was supposed to use the Clippers court-side tickets to bring girlfriends.. not the Black guys she was smashing.”
Here’s the drop:
“V. Stiviano was taping her phone conversations with Donald in order to extort him. She used TMZ to leak the tape, and they spun it. Whether or not he’s a racist has nothing to do with what she told him she was gonna do. He paid her well.”
Check out what TMZ reported on April 27, 2014:
“This is the picture that triggered the conversation between L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling and his girlfriend … the conversation in which he said he did not want her bringing Magic Johnson or any other African American to his games.
In the pic — obtained by TMZ Sports — V. Stiviano is on the right. The woman on the left is V’s friend, Rachel Rodriguez.
Stiviano says on the audio — and Sterling acknowledges — he made her take the pic off Instagram because he didn’t want her seen in public with an African American.
In another tape … Sterling expressed similar disdain for posting this pic (above) — also obtained by TMZ Sports — of Stiviano with L.A. Dodger Matt Kemp.
Both pics were taken months ago — apparently at Dodger Stadium — but she posted them only recently and then took them down at Sterling’s behest.”
Was Donald Sterling exposed as a racist YEARS AGO? Of course! Just ask the Department of Justice.. the entity responsible for suing Sterling for ‘housing discrimination’, back in 2003.