Suns' Josh Jackson Was Either Arrested at a Music Festival For Fleeing the Scene of a Crime in Handcuffs, Or For Being an Entirely Anonymous NBA Talent
My only piece of advice for any relatively recent lottery picks in the NBA draft who happen to find themselves turned away from the VIP section of a music festival is to immediately find a gym, and find it fast. Don't waste time changing your shirt, or putting on a different hat, or attaching a fake mustache prior to giving another go at forced entry into an exclusive area of a highly secure event. Just take the hint, hang your head in shame, and go get some goddamn shots up, because a 4th overall pick in the NBA Draft that actually plays like a 4th overall pick in the NBA Draft isn't having any problem whatsoever getting preferential treatment in public.
I honestly don't mean for that to come off as harsh, but Jayson Tatum would had to have rushed the stage with his dick out for the police to intervene in his concert going experience. De'Aaron Fox wouldn't even have to break out his fastest footwork to casually euro-step past security without so much as his hand stamped. You ball out like you're expected to as a Top 5 pick in a league that's closely linked with the music industry and that world might as well be your oyster. Playing in festering pit of failure that is Phoenix certainly hasn't helped his notoriety, but only being capable of putting up mediocre numbers on a pathetic team is almost as good of a way of finding yourself relegated to NBA irrelevance as fleeing the scene of an entirely unnecessary crime in handcuffs.