The Jay Graves Report

Josh Norman low key threatened Dez Bryant then tied to smooth it over! “Street Knowledge”

Josh: "Uma tell the press something to make me "look" hard in a minute bruh! Since I didn't do anything out here to convince the world of that today."

Boyz were sittin’ around watchin’ the NFL on Thanksgiving and duns started arguin’ about cats bein’ fake. Al Yankovic jumped up and said, “You fake something until you’re good at it.” Ice Cube looked at him sideways and said, “I think, to me, reality is better than being fake.” Then Ismail Hanyieh, a senior political leader in Hamas, broke it down like a playa at a pimp convention when he spit, “Some people think that the truth can be hidden with a little cover-up and decoration. But as time goes by, what is true is revealed, and what is fake fades away.”

Well playas…when you grow up in the ghetto you don’t need time to figure out when a boy is as fake as a three dollar bill.You can spot it as soon as they open their mouths. On Thursday, Josh Norman talked a little too much and told all the real G’s out there that he was on some foolishness tryin’ to look hard. After he and his teammates were turned away at the door in Dallas 31-26 he tried to impress these fake media-types with some gangsta lingo. Then he tried to pulled back on it or smooth it over which made him look even more fake. When asked about the dust up after the game between he and Dez Bryant he responded with:

“And then this guy is bumping into me — ‘What’s up?’ Where I’m from, we unload the clip. So pretty much whatever you want to do, I’m not the guy that sees a challenge in my face who backs down. That’s not me. That’s not what you’re gonna get. So I’m sorry If I offended anybody. Actually, I’m not sorry, because I’m gonna be me. That’s who I am. I’m going to be aggressive to the end. I’m loading the clip all the way out to the end of the game. Don’t step in front of someone when the game’s over like that. They’re not even looking for you or having a conversation with you.”

Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! The duns standin’ in front of him askin’ questions don’t know the difference between what’s fake and what’s real in street terms. This dun said out of his OWN mouth “Where I’m from, we unload the clip”  and nobody blinked!!! Now I don’t doubt that where he’s from, Greenwood, South Carolina, “they” unload the clip. I’m quite sure “they” do! Like they do in any other ghetto in America. However, he ain’t one of them!! He used the words “we unload the clip.”

Who’s “we” bruh? You ain’t no gangsta! You’re a professional football player. If you were a gangsta they wouldn’t be talkin’ to you on national television after a Thanksgiving day football game and you wouldn’t have a $75 million contract after playin’ in the league for the past 4 years. Oh, and did I forget to mention that you went to college for 3 years and stayed out of trouble enough to get drafted in the 5th round? Stop it! You sound crazy even tryin’ to push that foolishness off on boyz even if they didn’t know better. If nothin’ else the real cats out here can see right through you.

Then midstream of his comments you see where he realizes how fake he came off so he tried to pull it back in and change his tone.  He says, “I’m going to be aggressive to the end. I’m loading the clip all the way out to the end of the game.” C’mon bruh! You know the rules of the Hood Code of Conduct. Rule 6, Section 3, Article 5 simply states, “Once you shoot the gun you can’t get the bullets back!”

Josh Norman lightweight threatened that man from a street standpoint and anybody that grew up around foolishness saw it. You got beat, take the “L” and keep it movin’! But don’t try to take it to the streets when it’s not a street situation. Because when slip up and start talkin’ reckless, what you don’t realize is that everybody affiliated with Dez Bryant unnecessarily responds and that’s where the foolishness pops off. And on some real talk, NOBODY wants that bruh. Stop me when I start lyin’!

Playas Thesaurus: 

1) Spit: verb – to say

2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.

3) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.

The caption under the photo isn’t real but its REAL talk!