Bruh…I’m about to pull my teeth out and put them back in upside down listenin’ to all of these ole fake media-types makin’ excuses for Baker Mayfield’s behavior on Saturday at Kansas. In case you’ve been livin’ under a rock for the past 72 hours or so. This dun got so fired up durin’ the Oklahoma vs. Kansas game because they didn’t shake the Sooners hands before the game that he was yellin’ F-you on the sidelines, which is no big deal if you’ve got your freakin’ helmet on, because far worse is said durin’ a football game right?
But this cat didn’t stop there bruh! He was grabbin’ his Johnson and the family jewels on NATIONAL TELEVISION while he was yellin’ it and all of these fake media-types are tryin’ to tell boyz that he was caught up in the moment. They’re sayin’ that people are tryin’ to take the emotion out of the game. They’re tryin’ to convince you and I, that he was justified in doin’ it because Kansas was disrespectful first. WHAT!!? This is what duns on national tv and radio shows are sayin’ out of their OWN mouths bruh!!!
So let’s keep this real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! There’s a difference between bein’ emotional, competitive, talkin’ $100 worth of noise and down right actin’ a fool. Grabbin’ your joint is as ignorant as you can get standin’ on a street corner in the hood with no cameras on you let alone in front of millions. This cat is the Heisman front runner playin’ a nationally televised game standin’ on the sideline actin’ like he’s in the projects about to get “bout it” with some real G’s and duns are defendin’ this foolishness.
Let me put it where the goats can get it. So let me ask the ultimate question playboy. What if Lamar Jackson would have pulled that type of stunt at Louisville on his way to winnin’ the Heisman last year? How would duns have reacted if a black quarterback would have grabbed his joint on national television hollerin’ F-you across the field? Would boyz be defendin’ that foolishness? That was a rhetorical question bruh. You already know that there would have been OUTRAGE and he wouldn’t have sniffed the Downtown Athletic Club let alone touched a Heisman!!!
Why do I say that playa? Because we saw Cam Newton dabbin’ a couple of seasons ago and people were OUTRAGED that he would score a touchdown and do a simple dance that only involved his arms and boyz were disgusted. One Tennessee Titans fan wrote a letter to the Panthers and addressed it to Cam to express her disgust with him dancin’ and celebratin’ touchdowns. She even lied in the letter and said that Cam was gyratin’ his hips when the hips aren’t even used in the dance.
Oh I’m lyin’? Here’s what the lady said bruh. “Because of where we sat, we had a close up view of your conduct in the fourth quarter. The chest puffs. The pelvic thrusts. The arrogant struts and the ‘in your face’ taunting of both the Titans’ players and fans. We saw it all.”
She goes on to say, “I refuse to believe you don’t realize you are a role model. You are paid millions of dollars every week to play hard and be a leader.”
Now this is the foolishness that Cam got for dancin’ and havin’ fun but Baker Mayfield can grab his package in anger and nobody’s outraged? I know who would have been mortified by that type of behavior. My old man!! If I would have done somethin’ like that I would have been in the emergency surgery 20 minutes later tryin’ to get my old man’s foot out of my anus and that’s the edited version.
The double standard in America is ridiculous. If someone is wrong they’re wrong regardless of skin color. Baker Mayfield was as wrong as two left shoes and Big Momma wearin’ a thong in the dead of winter. Don’t try to defend that foolishness. Just call balls, balls, and strikes, strikes.
People were outraged by Cam celebratin’ a touchdown and Aaron Rogers got a State Farm commercial doin’ essentially the same thing but you want to tell me there isn’t a double standard in America while you’re justifyin’ why Baker really didn’t do anything wrong. 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 currently talkin’ about.
3) Old Man: noun – my father
4) 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.
5) Dab: noun – a popular dance a couple of years ago that only required your arms to do.
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!