Metta World Peace Promotes Panda Friend and Son Fil-Am Jeron Artest as a Future Gilas Player!

Metta World Peace, Ron Artest a.k.a. Panda Friend

Regardless of how many friends Ron Artest have, he is still the same good old basketball player we all know.
Now at 37, Metta World Peace is not very active in the NBA but it doesn’t mean that he is not active in basketball and other things. Recently visiting Manila, Ron talks about his Panda Friend Brand and his young son Jeron Artest who, just like him, may have some basketball skills.
He reveals that his Filipino-American son has applied for Filipino citizenship and is acquiring a Filipino passport to make him eligible to play for the national squad.
Check out some of the highlights Fil-Am Jeron Artest:

Metta World Peace donates $285,000

Ron Artest is crazy or is he just a changed man, Metta World Peace donates money to Mental Health charities across the United States. wow! Amazing, By the way he admitted that when he was younger he was also having problem and he had to see a counselor.  Hat’s of for Metta World Peace.

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Ron Artest mm. I Mean Metta World Peace dancing with the stars

 Metta world peace dancing with the stars

Funny Metta world peace dancing with the stars

Ron Artest dancing Cha cha cha, What in the world Metta World Peace. Funny Ron Artest dance. stay with basketball. Watch Metta World Peace Cha cha

Metta world peace dancing with the stars

Lakers forward Ron Artest becomes Metta World Peace

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LOS ANGELES — The mercurial Los Angeles Lakers forward formerly known as Ron Artest officially became Metta World Peace on Friday when a Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner approved the name change.

World Peace, who will spend his off-season competing on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” was granted the change just in time for the show’s season premiere on Monday night after clearing up lingering traffic ticket warrants.

Changing my name was meant to inspire and bring youth together all around the world. After this short delay, my tickets have been paid and I’m glad that it’s now official,” World Peace said in a written statement.

World Peace was not in court for the hearing, but was represented by an attorney.

A publicist for World Peace, Courtney Barnes, said the name change would require the Lakers defender to obtain a new driver’s license, passport and other official documents but would not affect his contract with the team.

The former Ronald William Artest, 31, will sport the new name on the back of his Lakers jersey starting next season.

“World Peace has contemplated the name change for years and always knew that he wanted his last name to be World Peace but it took many years of research and soul-searching to find a first name that was both personally meaningful and inspirational,” Barnes said. “Metta World Peace felt just right.”

World Peace, perceived by many people as a temperamental yet supremely talented player, is considered one of the NBA’s top defenders and was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2004.

As a member of the Indianapolis Pacers, he was suspended for 73 games in 2004 after going into the stands to confront rowdy fans following an on-court brawl with the Detroit Pistons.

He joined the Lakers in 2009 and helped lead the franchise to an NBA championship, the first of his career, in 2010.

World Peace will be paired with dance professional Peta Murgatroyd on this season’s “Dancing With the Stars,” competing alongside a cast that includes actor David Arquette, transgender activist Chaz Bono, journalist Nancy Grace and reality TV star Kristin Cavallari. — Reuters

Ron Artest wants name change?!

by: powsalud|

Ron Artest is petitioning to change his name to ‘Metta World Peace’ according to Yahoo. This is rather interesting as Ron Artest continues to push for his reputation to change. The basketball player who in the past years was caught in a dirty confrontation with fans in Detroit and who was initially seen as one of the bad boy in the NBA had change drastically, or did he really? 
His last move seems to be the most radical move beside auctioning his championship ring. Metta World Peace Artest ?! hmp…