Donald Sterling attends service at black church

Donald Sterling attends service at black church

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Despite the fact that he was caught on tape making racist remarks about black people in April, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was invited to Sunday service at a black church in Los Angeles.


According to the Los Angeles Times, Sterling attended the service at  Praises of Zion Missionary Baptist Church in South Los Angeles. He received a personal information from pastor Pastor J. Benjamin Hardwick after the two met late last month.

Here’s news coverage of Sterling’s church appearance:

Sterling was banned for life by the NBA after the remarks, taped by V. Stiviano, surfaced.

Last week billionaire Steve Ballmer offered $2 billion to buy the Clippers. But shortly after the NBA approved the sale, Sterling sued the league for $1 billion. He said in court documents that his constitutional rights were denied.