According to reality star Todd Chrisley, his daughter’s NBA player boyfriend is a regular “ho hound” Instagram Screenshot

From what we’ve been able to see, Memphis Grizzlies small forward Chandler Parsons definitely fits the bill of pretty much most athletes, or famous people in general, as someone who doesn’t want to be tied down.

Last month, Parsons was linked to Kendall Jenner and Kate Beckinsale and, in December, he was spitting game at Paige Spirinac and Instagram model Felicia Sanders via social media.

His current flavor of the week is 19-year-old reality TV star Savannah Chrisley. You know, one of the kids on that stupid USA show Chrisley Knows Best. Anyway, Savannah’s dad, the outspoken Todd Chrisley, didn’t have the most flattering things to say about Parsons in an interview with Access Hollywood:

“He’s got a great personality, but he’s an NBA player, so that being said. I think with NBA, you know, they’re ho hounds. My daughter’s not going to be on that list. They have two phones. You know, side chick, main chick. Let’s call it what it is and she needs to know.”

“As long as I’m the main, I’m good,” Savannah interjected.

 “Well that’s what you’ll never know. That’s the problem: the main always thinks they’re the main,” T. Chris came back with.

According to TMZ, Parsons and Chrisley are “just friends,” but it any case it sounds like Parsons is probably not the guy you want your little girl dating.

Which is a shame, because she seems like quite the catch.

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Before y'all give me crap…no, I don't have makeup on and yes, there is a filter on this picture but ya wanna know why? I have times where I am unbelievably self conscious because I have about 2 million people throughout my social media pages judging every little thing about me. It hurts. I constantly find myself seeking acceptance from those who don't matter and I have fallen into the trap of finding my self worth through all of the comments that people post…but today is when I begin loving me for me and not who people think that I should be. Today is the day that I start loving me even when others don't. I am going to work on becoming the best me possible and I feel sorry for the people who have walked out of my life during my times of struggle because I can promise you…you're gonna regret it when I'm the BEST ME! The ME that God created me to be. So today…I challenge you to embrace what God has given you and love you for YOU! Post a picture (tag me in it) and tell me your story of struggle and I'll try my hardest to respond! Also, hashtag #imperfectlybeautiful


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