Alan Foster took another shot at LaVar Ball in his most recent YouTube video on his channel. He discussed the importance of education as he continues to embrace his successful businessman persona while throwing mud at his former business partner.

In the second part of his two-part video, he said that LaMelo Ball being drafted to the NBA opens a lot of opportunities for other kids and parents who are struggling to make it to the league. “It will also set a precedent that you don’t have to complete high school, or a high school diploma or a GED to be in the NBA so this would be a great opportunity for them,” he added.

When asked to elaborate on why LaVar is a horrible parent, he did not mince his words in describing the former Big Baller Brand CEO. “LaVar, in my opinion, is a horrible parent. A loudmouth, horrible parent,” he uttered.

He added that having someone like LaVar who takes his kids out of high school for having a dispute with the school’s basketball coach robs his kids’ basic education like basic math, communication skills, reading, writing and comprehension.

“LaMelo, his education, his comprehension level stopped at the 10th grade, probably stopped earlier than that because Tina used to do all the boys’ schoolwork,” he revealed. He also name-dropped all the three Ball boys of having stunted comprehension growth.

Foster also called parents who allowed their kids to quit high school as “selfish” when the parents’ role for their kids is to provide everything they need in order to be successful. When talked about JBA, he opened up that all players were paid $3000 a month to play in the league and both Melo and LiAngelo Ball got paid the same amount both in JBA and in Lithuania, where he personally paid in cash.

LaMelo eligibility to play college ball spelled a lot of issues since his participation in JBA Tour in Lithuania was considered as professional and was also being paid to play. He is now playing in Australia for the Illawara Hawks in the NBL in hopes of getting drafted in next year’s NBA draft.

We all know LaVar doesn’t back down from these kinds of tirades and it’s interesting to know how he going to answer these statements.

lavar ball LaVar Ball father of LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball talks with Virginijus Seskus head coach of Vytautas Prienai during the match between Vytautas Prienai and Zalgiris Kauno on January 9, 2018 in Prienai, Lithuania. Getty Images/Alius Koroliovas