Sometimes you gotta know when to stay in your lane bruh! On Wednesday night Charles Oakley thought that he could just drive in the middle of the street with all of the doors wide open. Everybody and their baby’s momma has seen the video of this dun gettin’ into it with Madison Square Garden security with the dun finger punchin’ a boy in the forehead and pushin’ another security guard up off of him.
Apparently, he’s had beef with James Dolan, the Knicks, owner for quite some time now and he hasn’t been welcomed at the Garden. He’s been on record sayin’ that he wants to meet with ole boy but Dolan refuses to sit down with him. Here’s what the dun said in an interview just last Friday posted on an Instagram account of a New York restaurant.
“I’m a Knicks fan, I played here for 10 years, I love the Knicks, I love New York,” he said. “I wish ’em all the luck and success on the basketball court. I don’t know why I’m not welcome into the Garden.”
The New York Times did a story in 2016 that explained that there’s been beef between the two sayin’ that Oakley’s “been estranged from the Knicks organization for years, a rift that stems, at least in part, from Oakley’s inability to keep some of his more caustic opinions to himself.” In other words he’s talkin’ crazy to a boy. In that same story Oakley is quoted as sayin’, “He won’t meet. I want to sit down to talk to him. I want me and him in a room. And lock the door. Lock that door! I mean, he can have the police outside the door.”
Now let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Rule 5, Section 2, Article 6 of the Hood Code of Conduct says, “Never let a boy that has beef you with get anywhere near you!”
Everybody and their baby’s momma knows that. So any dun this mornin’ defendin’ Charles Oakley because he bought a ticket to sit near James Dolan to talk mess (and that’s the edited version) is crazy! You know as well as I do as soon as that dun sat down they knew that it was gonna be a problem because Oak showed up with a problem. Why? Because he’s already got beef with him bruh. How do I know that? Because I grew up in the hood! The fact that he’s got beef and he buys a ticket to sit near the dun that means he’s got the “Wish Factor?”
“I wish a boy would say something to me!”
C’mon bruh! Let’s take it to the hood for a minute! You’ve been beefin’ with some cat from the next hood over for about three years. You decide to throw a house party that’s open to any one that pays to get in. However, the dun that you’ve been beefin’ with shows up and sits right next to you and he’s talkin’ crazy! You already know that you’re gonna have every dun that’s down with you pullin’ that fool’s skin off on GP. You aren’t about to wait on him to swing. The fact that he showed up tells you his intentions. So you beat him down before it even pops off.
So if you’ll do that in the hood with no money why wouldn’t you think that a boy that’s loaded with a team full of security in the buildin’ wouldn’t bum rush that dun and drag him out of there regardless of whether he bought a ticket or not?
Hood protocol always applies my brother! Oakley realized he was wrong once they drug his butt outta there! Once his feet wasn’t touchin’ the ground anymore he knew that it was on!! He’s just lucky it was 17k people watchin’ that foolishness. Because if it had been some real hood type foolishness he would have gotten the breaks beaten off of him just for showin’ up at the house party knowin’ he’s got beef. Stop me when I start lyin’!
Go check out “The Real Playa Podcast” as I give you the hood break down of this foolishness! Holla At Ya Boy!
1) Beef: verb – a problem, bad blood between two people
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Wish Factor: adjective – to wish that something would happen so that you can react violently, a preconceived agenda for startin’ a fight.
The caption under the photo isn’t real but it’s REAL talk!