The Dallas Cowboys are sittin’ in the cut waitin’ to see if the league is goin’ to suspend their superstar runnin’ back Ezekiel Elliot or not as a result of an alleged domestic violence incident that took place last summer. Now to be fair to ole boy, the league in my opinion, has no leg to stand on in this case because the Columbus Prosecutor’s Office decided not to press charges last summer because there was too much here-say and foolishness involved. He said one thing, she said another and the witnesses needed a “Coke and a Smile.” Nobody came forward with anything that made sense.
Accordin’ to my mans and nem and all of the media reports on this foolishness last summer. He was supposedly tryin’ to break up with ole girl, she tripped and told him that if he did that she would ruin him. He allegedly had text messages on his phone that proved all of this accordin’ to a Cowboy front office executive accordin’ to his tweet. So therefore no charges were filed.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! If that’s the case then the NFL needs to kick rocks on this foolishness and move around. What blows my mind about the league office is that they want to be in the disciplinary business instead of the football business.
If the dun wasn’t charged with a crime then you’ve got to leave it alone. And for the record, I could give two dead flies smashed about the Cowboys or any NFL team for that matter. It’s the principle that matters. You can’t go around suspendin’ or threatenin’ to suspend cats because they were arrested off of somethin’ somebody said. Unless the dun was charged with a crime he shouldn’t be worried about gettin’ tossed to 2 or 3 games.
If that’s the precedence that the NFL is goin’ to set that’s a problem. Every time some player’s woman or wife gets mad at them they could say that the dun hit her, have him arrested and he’s loses playin’ time for four weeks. That’s stupid! If a boy is found guilty of that type of nonsense then and only then should he be suspended. That’s Roger Goodell’s problem. He’s doin’ way too bruh.
This foolishness is crazy. And I know boyz are tryin’ to include the recent bar fight too. Well…just like I said earlier, if the dun wasn’t charged with a crime you can’t suspend him for it. And yeah, I know that ole Jerry probably ran through the spot and bought some silence but it is what it is playa. Unfortunately, money talks and buys a whole lot of things and silence is one of them.
Now if you’re goin’ to suspend him for anything suspend him for bein’ stupid and rude for pullin’ that woman’s top down in public. Remember that foolishess? Suspend him for that or go get Debo to drop that fool for messin’ with your sister. Otherwise, leave him alone and let that man do his job. Sit in the cut and let him cut his own foot off because if he’s that dude he won’t be able to get out of his own way. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
2) Ole boy: noun – the person that I’m talkin’ about.
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The caption under the photo isn’t real but its real talk!