What the hell just happened? This fake ref just waltzed through the sidelines and on to the field like he owned the place and no one stopped him? Like nobody noticed this dude was wearing shorts and a baggy ass ref shirt? I mean hey more power to the kid for getting through but you’re telling me nobody noticed the college-aged kid walking through the Arizona sidelines with ref clothes on? Big props to this kid for guts though. I mean he runs in, stops play by himself, then has the balls to ask the real ref for the ball. I mean if that’s not ballsy then I don’t know what is. Then he just takes off like a bat out of hell, no chance anyone caught him either because all the players were too busy bashing each others’ heads in. What an opportunity to get a few licks in though, when everyone is looking at the gazelle in ref clothes. Nothing like the University of Miami fight a few years ago though. Then again nobody is as thug as Brandon Meriweather.
Lil’ Wayne is the king of saying nothing.This is literally verbal diarrhea. Wayne went on a 30 minute rant about Steve Jobs, his legacy, Wayne not doing sizzurp anymore, and his $1.8 million Bugatti. Like Tha Carter IV there is nothing of value in this video. Wayne continues to say words but they don’t have any meaning. Whenever he speaks people listen and I’m starting to question why. There is nothing of substance being said in this 30 minute video. The people around Weezy should tell him not to try things not encourage them. Staking, playing the guitar and singing are just a few. Rapping is the best thing that Lil Wayne has done. He needs to stick to that.
How can ESPN pull “Are you ready for some football” the song and music video are America. All because Hank Williams Jr. was hammered on Fox News. The first seconds of the video he is trying to lay the mack down on the female host. Then he looks like he wants to tell one of the other hosts to “go fuck himself.” Hank bleeds America. The American way is to speak your mind. Celebrities can’t say anything now without the media going crazy. ESPN pulled a song that has been synonymous with Monday Night Football since 1991. I have to say ESPN is coming out of this situation like a bunch of cowards. Having the song be the intro to Monday Night Football does not mean that ESPN supports Hank’s views. This is a cover your ass move by ESPN and it is the wrong one. Hank Williams Jr. is just speaking his mind and he didn’t even have to apologize. All he did was make politics interesting for a couple days. “Are You Ready for Some Football” needs to be put back on the air.
This is the most American video aside from every Toby Keith video ever.
Hank Williams Jr. – Are You Ready for Some Football