If he's not losing 65 games as a reserve for the Lakers or getting dry-snitched on by rookies, he's saying stupid stuff about his fiancee for the world to see.
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Which brings us to Wednesday.
Young's on-again, off-again (who really cares at this point?) significant other, rapper Iggy Azalea, recently made headlines, not for selling records of course, but because she said something derogatory about someone who actually does. The Australian said Beyonce was a racist after the mega-super-duperstar referred to a woman Azalea presumed to be white as "Becky with the good hair" in a song on her new album, "Lemonade."
Which brings us to Young.
For some reason, Young decided to use the term his bride-to-may-be sees as a slur as a term of endearment, tweeting this:
As it almost always does when a guy tries to come slick with his girl, it backfired. He wound up playing himself.
First, Azalea warned Young he was playing with fire.
Initially, he didn't get it, then he realized the error of his ways and tried to retreat.
Alas, it was too late. She let him have it, digging deep into the photo archives to show how she saved him from permanently displaying his ignorance with a misspelled tattoo.
Azalea can't rap well, but at least she can spell the words he's not too good at putting together.