As a result, legendary pro skateboarder Stevie Williams, now known as Lord Williams' childhood friend Rasul Sharif Childs, had to advise that skaters should avoid the platform and said, "If you got nothing good to say, don't say nothing at all."
Rasul added that P-Rod contradicted himself since he started the wave of skating combos and technical tricks.
This led skate legend Clyde Singleton to call out P-Rod with his remarks toward the new generation and explain that he is not the founder and CEO of Anti-Hero nor the icon John Cardiel. "Boy, stop," Singleton said.
With Lord Williams backing Rasul, the younger skaters must learn that everyone should be cordial and respect people.
The independent Egyptologist suggests that skateboarders should promote positivity and respect within the community instead of engaging in negativity and criticism.