Michael Jordan is going through a costly divorce with his ex, Juanita. In all, the parting of ways is going to cost his Airness over $150 million. Now, we’re no mathatologists or anything, but if Charles Barkley says that’s a lot of money then that’s a lot of money.
I was going to call him to borrow money, but I think I’ll hold off on that,” Barkley said.
Barkley clearly enjoyed talking about the situation Thursday during an interview on Dan Patrick’s syndicated radio show, which airs locally at 10 p.m. on WSCR-AM 670.
“You have to look at it two ways,” Barkley, now an analyst for TNT, said. ” ‘Wow, that’s a lot of money. Wow, that’s a lot of money.’ Then the second way, ‘Damn, Michael’s got a lot of money.’ … Personally I would have to have somebody else write the check. You’ve got to be so [ticked] to write that check.”
Barkley said the Jordan case shows the value of having a pre-nuptial agreement.
Barkley said he doesn’t have one with his wife, but economics have changed dramatically since his playing days.
“I agree with Donald Trump,” Barkley said. “Everybody who’s got money or thinks they’re going to have money should have a pre-nup. … If she don’t sign it, you don’t marry her.”
Finally Barkley concluded, “I’ll bet you if Juanita gets married again, she’ll sign a [pre-nup].
You’re darn skippy she will Chuck. Wow, we can’t believe we just agreed with a guy who dances like a fairy.
[ChicagoSports.com]: Barkley wowed by Jordan’s stash