On Tuesday night the Houston Rockets rolled into Dallas to play the Mavericks and wound up in some foolishness! For some reason the Mavs’ players and coaches seemed to be on one. It was so crazy that durin’ the course of this game there were 8 technical fouls, two flagrant fouls called on Dallas alone, and one ejection. So it’s safe to say that the game got heated.
However, Sala Mejri jumped all the way out of the birthday cake butt naked and foamin’ at the mouth when he said something crazy about Trevor Ariza’s wife and kids between the third and fourth quarter. Ariza got so fired up that he went after the dun and received his second technical of the game and was ejected.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! The fastest way to get your jaw broken in the hood is to say something about a boy’z wife and kids and that’s bein’ nice. Rule 7, Section 2, Article 5 of the Hood Code of Conduct says, “Never get crazy enough to say something about a boy’z wife and kids in the heat of the moment because it’s not gonna end well.”
Now Mejri, who is from Tunisia, obviously didn’t grow up in anybody’s hood in these United States of America. Now he may have grown up in the hood in Tunisia but the protocol here is off the charts playa!!! After the game not only was Ariza waitin’ for that dun outside of the Mavs locker room but his homeboys were too. James Harden, Patrick Beverly and Eric Gordon were all on tow. Now I don’t know what Eric Gordon was gonna do but I get it.
Remember when KG got crazy enough to say something ignorant about Melo’s wife and he was waitin’ on that dun at the team bus? It’s real out here bruh!
Now obviously nothin’ popped off because all NBA locker rooms have security, police and the FBI hangin’ around. So they would have had a better chance of breakin’ into Fort Knox than gettin’ into that locker room. But the fact that they were out there let a boy know that he might get sucker punched the next time they play because in old school hood terminology, “Aw it ain’t over sucka! Watch ya back and keep ya head on a swivel cuz I’m diggin’ all in that!”
Let me put it where the goats can get it. You can talk all the trash you want in a game bruh. That’s the nature of the beast growin’ up in the hood but you can’t say a word about a boyz family and be derogatory unless you’re cool with the dun. I mean REAL cool. Boyz have been playin’ the dozens for decades in the black community. But if we ain’t cool you gonna get yo butt whooped and unfortunately for Mejri, he learned a hard lesson on Tuesday night. Why? Because it ain’t over yet. Why? Because now Ariza has time to marinate on this foolishness so the whoopin’ is goin’ to be worse than it would have originally been. I’m not tellin’ you what I heard playboy! I’m tellin’ you what I know and stop me when I start lyin’!
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 it’s REAL talk!