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Beware The Based God's Curse: Kevin Durant Suffers An Injury

Lil B claims responsibility for the NBA star's fracture.

By Andres Tardio

The Based God's Curse might be rearing its head yet again.

Talk of Lil B's curse on Kevin Durant intensified over the weekend after the NBA star suffered a fracture in his right foot that is set to keep him sidelined for more than a month. Following news of KD's injury, Lil B mocked the sharp shooter on Twitter.

I THOUGHT THE CURSE WAS OVER BASEDGOD! PLEASE I NEED TO TALK TO " THE BASEDGOD " I THOUGHT THE CURSE WAS OVER ! (SCREAMING) - Lil B

— Lil B From The Pack (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) October 12, 2014

But, it was all good between the two just a couple weeks ago.

As recently as September, Kevin Durant said he was “cool" with Lil B despite their ongoing feud, which started in 2011 when the Oklahoma City Thunder star insulted the rapper's music. That was all it took to catch The Based God's dreaded curse.

KEVIN DURANT WILL NEVER WIN THE TITLE AFTER HE SAID "LIL B" IS A WACK RAPPER, "THE BASEDGODS CURSE" #THEBASEDGODSCURSE ON DURANT - Lil B

— Lil B From The Pack (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) May 26, 2011

By 2012, it seemed as though Lil B had lifted the curse. Thunder fans were finally able to breath a sigh of relief.

I WANNA SAY THAT "THE BASEDGODS" CURSE IS GONE FROM KEVIN DURANT THE THUNDER ARE FREE NOW TO WIN FUTURE GAMES, U CANT WIN HATING - Lil B

— Lil B From The Pack (@LILBTHEBASEDGOD) June 22, 2012

But that all changed earlier this year, when he released "F--k KD," a diss track aimed at the reigning MVP. The song contains lines like, "I like Roc Nation and I love Jay Z/ But on West Side, I'm screaming 'F--k KD.'"

In the meantime, it seems Durant is staying positive. On Sunday (October 12), Durant offered words that are sure to encourage Thunder fans everywhere.

It's all good. Thanks for the love. I'll be fine, it's a great year to be a thunder as the great @ROYALTIVEY would say

— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) October 13, 2014

We wonder what The Based God, who recently revealed an Emoji-inspired app, has to say about that.

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