|"Who's Got More Game?"|
Now according to the sister’s, they’ll say that these guys always wait until they get rich and go get a white girl. Well…ladies that isn’t the case at all. Quite frankly, white girls have simply got more game than sisters in that department.
If you don't believe me sit back and I’ll run the game to you. For the sake of this discussion we'll call the white girl "Becky" and we'll call the sister "Lynnette". A five star recruit named "Elijah" enrolls as a freshmen still wet behind the ears and doesn't know anybody. As he's walking to class for the first time, he see's Lynnette and speaks to her just being friendly. She completely ignores him and keeps walking because she thinks he’s trying to holler at her. As he continues on down the street he runs into Becky and speaks to her the same way he spoke to Lynnette. However, Becky speaks and holds an entire conversation with him as they walk to class together.
Some time goes by and Becky see's that he's having trouble juggling both class and football so she offers to help him write his papers. Lynnette witness's the same thing but her response is "I've got my own thing to worry about." That's completely understandable but I'm just telling the story.
Over time Becky notices that Elijah doesn't have time between football and school to wash his clothes on the weekends. So she volunteers to do his laundry for him. Lynnette says, "Why should I do his laundry, nobody is going to help me with mine?" Becky is also buying snacks when the cafe is closed as well. Don't get mad at me, again I'm just telling you what I‘ve seen happen.
A couple of years go by and Elijah and Becky become a solid couple. Now remember he's been flying under the radar because during his freshman year he didn't play because he was red shirted ( practice squad ) and Lynnette still doesn‘t know his name. During his sophomore year he finally get’s on the field. However, by his junior year, he's a stud and is all over ESPN’s Sports Center and sports talk radio at this point. Now all of the draft experts are talking about him going in the first round of the NFL draft.
Now all of a sudden he catches Lynnette's eye but she's late to the game because Becky's been putting in work for 3 years. He decides to leave school early because the money is too good to pass up. So on draft day he's sitting in the green room waiting for his name to be called and guess who’s with his family? Becky! The same Becky that helped write his papers, do his laundry, put gas in his car, buy him pizza after the games and oh yeah, spoke to him on campus when nobody knew his name three short years ago.
What’s the lesson in this ladies? Always look for the potential in the young guy and not put him in the dumb jock category and ignore him when he speaks. Lynnette if you had just said hello who knows where that friendship could’ve gone. Keep in mind that 90% of the Elijah's on campus are from the same neighborhood you're from. So they are more comfortable talking to you than Becky, initially.
You let Becky in the game not Elijah. He could've cared less what color she was. He just wanted someone to believe in him and take an interest in his potential. Stop waiting until the forth quarter to try to make a come back when you’re down 3 touchdowns with 1:30 left. Is this the case in every situation? No, but I can tell you that this is how the game is kicked off.
At the end of the day Becky keeps dancing in the end zone and Lynnette keeps having to buy a ticket to the game after it’s already started. I know that money is sexy but potential is even more intoxicating! Now… was Becky running game too? I’m quite sure she was!
Holla At Ya Boy!