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Did Malik McDowell’s Mom Throw Him Out Of The House?

Did Malik McDowell’s Mom Throw Him Out Of The House?

Wow, this Malik McDowell situation is absolutely out of control. Here is the latest from my very reliable sources.

Last night, Malik and his mother had a falling out over his decision to attend Michigan State.  When Malik informed his parents that he would attend MIchigan State against their wishes, his mother threw him out of the house.  Malik then told his mother, that she wasn’t welcome at his announcement today.

After Malik left the house, he went for a ride with his high school teammate, presumably, Lawrence Marshall and was reportedly in tears over his mothers actions.

I’m told this situation started during Malik’s official visit to Michigan State.  While at Michigan State, according to Malik’s mother, Mark Dantonio approached Malik in an “inappropriate manner” while his mother was not present.  This apparently angered his parents and ruined their portion of the official in East Lansing.

The “in-home” visit was suppose to address the situation in East Lansing but only inflamed the feud and cause Malik’s mother to throw Dantonio out of the house.

I’m not sure what initially cause this whole mess, but there are sources who say Malik’s mother had a bad experience at MSU when she was younger and still holds it against the University.  In addition she wasn’t happy that Malik has “too much” fun at MSU on his visit to MSU and is concerned about the crowd he will fall in with in East Lansing.

This whole, terrible situation is awful for the kid, if he wants to go to MSU, he should go to MSU.  He is the one who has to spend the next four or five years in school, if he isn’t happy, it won’t be a positive experience for anybody.  His mother must make this right for both of their sake.