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Abraham Lincoln once said, “These men ask for just the same thing, fairness, and fairness only. This, so far as in my power, they, and all others, shall have.” The former Chief White House Correspondent Brit Hume said it this way, “Fairness is not an attitude. It’s a professional skill that must be developed and exercised.”
Well if that is the case then Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports needs to go to the gym ASAP homeboy! This dun jumped off of the deep end Thursday night when UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad sported a Gucci backpack during his post game interview after the Bruins 84-73 upset No.6 Arizona.
Not only did this clown call the kid out for wearing the joint but he went on to say that he looked the price up on the Gucci website and the cheapest he could find was $990. This moron still didn’t have the sense to stop there. He went on to say that I’m quite sure that you can find them on sale, right? You know it was a complete hater move when he's gotta look up the price playboy! Real ballers already know how much they cost!
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He was cool with assuming that these white kids families could afford those luxuries for them but the black kid’s family couldn’t possibly afford a backpack right? Well, it turns out that Shabazz’s sister Asia is a professional tennis player and she and their mother bought it for him as a gift. Now Johnny and Greg's folks have plenty of bread too but my point is he never called them out like he did Shabazz!
On some real talk, she didn’t have to be a pro athlete to afford a freaking Gucci backpack playa! Boyz buy them all of the time. I’m not trippin’ that this clown thought it but that he had the audacity to write it.
I’ve got no problem with the thought popping into his head because I think the same things when I see ANY college athlete, black or white, rocking something expensive or pushing a hot whip on the yard because of the influence of shady boosters everywhere. However, there is always the possibility that a kid's family is in a position to provide those things too. So therefore, you can’t just call some kid out and especially a black kid if you’re white because it immediately comes across crazy whether you wanted it to or not pimipin’!
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