On Thursday night the Butler Bulldogs hoop team was flyin’ home from New York’s Laguardia airport after their 76-73 loss to St. John’s when the charter flight lost cabin pressure. About twenty-five minutes into the flight the cabin lights went out accordin’ to Butler head coach, Chris Holzmann.
He described the situation as follows to ESPN, “It started to get really cold, and the plane went completely dark. Then all the oxygen masks came flying down, and the flight attendant told everyone to put the masks on. She kept repeating it. We had a really rapid descent. In the span of 10 or 12 minutes, we went from 35,000 feet to 10,000 feet.”
They ended up landin’ the plane in Pittsburgh and they stayed at a local hotel for the night. On Friday mornin’ boyz opted to take a bus to the crib instead of waitin’ for a flight late Friday afternoon.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! They didn’t have to tell boyz that they didn’t want to wait on the later flight! C’mon bruh! LET’S KEEP IT 1,000,000!!! NOBODY was tryin’ to get back up into the air!! NOBODY!!! I’ve been on flights that have gone bad and it ain’t fun!! Pittsburgh is only a 5 and half hour drive to Indianapolis. Five hours bruh? Oh, I’m hitch hikin’ back to Nap from Pittsburgh playa.
Not unless Jesus himself was flyin’ that joint back would I have gotten on that plane. Coach Holzmann said, “I was shook. It was scary, we had guys crying.” He also said that his assistant coaches were texting their wives etc. That’s chaos!!!
Bruh…you couldn’t have gotten any of those cats in the air for $1 million this mornin’ and I don’t blame them. All of the real G’s support them ridin’ back to Indy on the ground and we praise God for travelin’ mercies. 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) Crib: noun – home
The caption under the photo is REAL talk today!