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Count Alex's Losses
09-15-2007, 12:05 AM
http://www.kansascity.com/sports/chiefs/story/276136.html

Whitlock: Rap on LJ? He made dumb mistake

The only way to understand the “Larry Johnson Rap” is to start the speculation at the very beginning.

Sorry, I don’t buy all the denials, the claims of a Larry impersonator. They don’t add up. Look, I could be wrong, but I doubt it.

This column will operate from the premise that Larry rapped the profane lyrics that could be heard on SBL Mob’s MySpace page until late Friday morning.

With that in mind, here’s what I believe happened:

1. As 28-year-old wannabe gangsta rappers are apt to do, Larry attended a house party frequented by other wannabe gangsta rappers. At some point, Larry forgot who he was, forgot that he had far more to lose than all the other wannabe gangsta rappers at the party, grabbed the microphone and busted out a “freestyle” rap expressing angst about his contract situation.

It was a stupid joke, born out of immaturity, frustration, insecurity, timing and maybe even alcohol consumption. It happens. It was a joke, a bad one. But Larry in no way thought he was making a rap song. He was clowning around in private. Therefore, it’s impossible for me to take the whole thing seriously.

2. Later, the wannabe gangsta rappers, members of SBL Mob, figured they had something cool for their poorly trafficked MySpace page. They posted the song and a picture of Larry (taken from Google images) on their page, creating the perception with their minuscule group of fans that SBL Mob is down with LJ, who is down with Jay-Z, who is down with Beyoncé, who wants to be down with me. You follow?

3. Someone alerted wannabe investigative journalist Kevin Kietzman that Larry Johnson could be heard on MySpace cussing, talking about guns, using the N-word and dissing Carl Peterson and Priest Holmes.

Kietzman, a man who is losing his radio ratings to Bland and Blander and is overshadowed at his own station by Soren Petro, sensed an opportunity for a ratings coup and a chance to bash Carl Peterson.

With that in mind, Kietzman used his radio pulpit to paint the picture that LJ’s latest act of immaturity might get the running back in trouble with law-and-order commissioner Roger Goodell. Kietzman also focused on Johnson’s alleged use of the “F” word before his utterance of Carl Peterson’s name.

4. TV stations KSHB and FOX 4 followed Kietzman’s lead and placed LJ’s rap at the top of their newscasts.

5. Wannabe NFL legend Carl Peterson and his staff of minions fell into Kietzman’s trap. Fearing Goodell, unsure of an Imuslike fallout from LJ’s politically incorrect rap and deciding that no laws were broken and no one got hurt, the Chiefs assumed a quick-dismissive denial was the proper course of action.

Larry went Shaggy — “it wasn’t me.” Herm Edwards didn’t want anyone to get it twisted — he doesn’t listen to gangsta rap. And Carl contemplated a parking-price increase.

6. Kietzman correctly sensed that he’d created a Ricky Clemons situation — “them (Chiefs) be shaking” — and continued to stir the pot with a brilliant Friday monologue. Calling Larry’s rap a “scandal,” Kietzman said Johnson should be suspended for allegedly freestyle rapping “F--- Carl Peterson,” and the talk-show host also expressed disgust that Johnson rapped about “killing” people. Kietzman insisted that this was an issue that required a prompt response from Peterson and possible action from the commissioner’s office.

Before his Friday show was over, Kietzman had interviewed two members of the SBL Mob and Basement Entertainment who contradicted Larry’s story about an impersonator.

7. After a day’s worth of pressure and fear of the SBL Mob getting exposed — one of the group’s members is currently incarcerated, according to its MySpace page — SBL Mob decided it was best to go with Larry’s impersonator story.

My response?

All I can do is tip my hat to Kietzman. He turned Larry’s relatively harmless act of stupidity into two days of outstanding radio, and he convinced many people in KC that Larry’s crime was allegedly rapping “F--- Carl Peterson,” something Kietzman and every other sane football fan in this city says on a regular basis.

Larry’s crime, if he committed one, is being a millionaire football player from a great family who wants to be a gangsta rapper. Larry’s crime, if he committed one, is being a grown black man and thinking there’s something cool about repeatedly yelling the N-word and rapping about guns in front of a crowd.

Larry’s crime, if he committed one, is sinking to the level of the SBL Mob in order to fit in.

Is it surprising? No. Is it sad? Absolutely.

What should the Chiefs do about it? Pray that Larry runs for 150 yards and two TDs on Sunday.

Count Alex's Losses
09-15-2007, 12:10 AM
Weak effort, IMO. Could have been so much more.

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 12:23 AM
Weak effort, IMO. Could have been so much more.

I think hes basically saying its much ado about nothing....

Jenson71
09-15-2007, 12:26 AM
I dig it. But I do hope his sense that Larry did do it is wrong.

elvomito
09-15-2007, 12:27 AM
time for GOATSE to make a chris cocker-esque monologue about "leave larry alone"

Ari Chi3fs
09-15-2007, 12:43 AM
this is great:

"He turned Larry’s relatively harmless act of stupidity into two days of outstanding radio, and he convinced many people in KC that Larry’s crime was allegedly rapping “F--- Carl Peterson,” something Kietzman and every other sane football fan in this city says on a regular basis."

hahah.

**** You Carl (http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=169590)

Fruit Ninja
09-15-2007, 12:53 AM
I still dont see anything to get worked up about.

the Talking Can
09-15-2007, 01:02 AM
he's right....much ado about nothing

Phobia
09-15-2007, 01:14 AM
I'm really, really tired of hearing about it. Honestly, I don't care what Larry Johnson does in his spare time so long as he keeps it legal and rushes for 1800 yards per season.

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 01:18 AM
Honestly, I don't care what Larry Johnson does in his spare time so long as he keeps it legal and rushes for 1800 yards per season.


Exactly.

keg in kc
09-15-2007, 01:22 AM
I'm really, really tired of hearing about it. Honestly, I don't care what Larry Johnson does in his spare time so long as he keeps it legal and rushes for 1800 yards per season.Seriously.

And I'm sure I'll get flamed for this, but to me it's completely racist.

The white, midwestern 'blue collar' guy gets 3 DUIs and is still a cult hero, back on the air with his own radio show while he's suspended by the league. While, on the same station, Larry Johnson (supposedly) does this and gets blasted, by both the host and by the court of public opinion.

Double standard?

Phobia
09-15-2007, 01:24 AM
Seriously.

And I'm sure I'll get flamed for this, but to me it's completely racist.

The white, midwestern 'blue collar' guy gets 3 DUIs and is still a cult hero, back on the air with his own radio show while he's suspended by the league. While, on the same station, Larry Johnson (supposedly) does this and gets blasted, by both the host and by the court of public opinion.

Double standard?

I agree that Keitzman is an idiot but racist? I dunno. That's hard to say.

Phobia
09-15-2007, 01:26 AM
I'd rather talk about Passion Party or missing playbooks for a week straight than another moment of the LJ rap. I mean, at least each of those "scandals" had an impact on team performance. This thing is a non-story no matter which side you believe.

keg in kc
09-15-2007, 01:31 AM
I agree that Keitzman is an idiot but racist? I dunno. That's hard to say.I suppose I could've said that better.

I don't think Kietzman ran with the story because he's racist, he ran with it because it's a story. That's his job. I don't have any idea what his racial views are, they're not a part of his show, nor should they be.

The reaction of the majority of the fanbase at large, however, I see as racist. And, again, I think there's a racial imbalance when the reaction to Jared Allen's convicted criminal behavior and league suspension is a radio show and not an iota of diminished fan support, while Larry Johnson (maybe...) does something that's in no way illegal, yet gets absolutely crucified in the court of public opinion.

This should not be a story - at all.

People fear what they don't understand I guess.

Anyway, I'm getting off my soapbox, this discussion won't go anywhere productive.

MadMax
09-15-2007, 01:39 AM
Hell who cares? I say F%ck Carl Peterson too...lol

Ari Chi3fs
09-15-2007, 01:44 AM
I'd rather talk about Passion Party or missing playbooks for a week straight than another moment of the LJ rap. I mean, at least each of those "scandals" had an impact on team performance. This thing is a non-story no matter which side you believe.


So say Randy Moss comes out with a rap saying **** the Patriots. **** Bill Belichek.

If it is really him... that is not a light thing. Its pretty shitty... and definitely worth a bit of play.

Our empire is collapsing. We've lost our burst.

Smed1065
09-15-2007, 01:44 AM
I'd rather talk about Passion Party or missing playbooks for a week straight than another moment of the LJ rap. I mean, at least each of those "scandals" had an impact on team performance. This thing is a non-story no matter which side you believe.

Lat year the play book was off limits for access.

Valiant
09-15-2007, 01:46 AM
I suppose I could've said that better.

I don't think Kietzman ran with the story because he's racist, he ran with it because it's a story. That's his job. I don't have any idea what his racial views are, they're not a part of his show, nor should they be.

The reaction of the majority of the fanbase at large, however, I see as racist. And, again, I think there's a racial imbalance when the reaction to Jared Allen's convicted criminal behavior and league suspension is a radio show and not an iota of diminished fan support, while Larry Johnson (maybe...) does something that's in no way illegal, yet gets absolutely crucified in the court of public opinion.

This should not be a story - at all.

People fear what they don't understand I guess.

Anyway, I'm getting off my soapbox, this discussion won't go anywhere productive.



Meh..

The way I see it people can relate to JA situation because most people drink.. Granted not to his extreme, but JA did get tons of negative press from media and fans alike.. Strange how people forget that so easily now...

Believe it or not, most people do not use the N-word... Or rap about guns and shooting people.. Well in KC at least...

Direckshun
09-15-2007, 01:59 AM
Get back to me when he's in actual trouble.

LJ's always been this way. He's no saint, but he's no villain.

An antihero that defines the term.

jAZ
09-15-2007, 02:06 AM
Seriously.

And I'm sure I'll get flamed for this, but to me it's completely racist.

The white, midwestern 'blue collar' guy gets 3 DUIs and is still a cult hero, back on the air with his own radio show while he's suspended by the league. While, on the same station, Larry Johnson (supposedly) does this and gets blasted, by both the host and by the court of public opinion.

Double standard?
First of all.. I'm one who does get that there is racism and systemic, institutional problems invovling race in our community today.

Secondly though... Jared Allen got blasted for being a redneck, punkass drunk. I don't know how it was handled by KK, but that was the general sense around here when his scandal first broke.


Third... once we are 100 days (or however long since the JA DUI thing broke) from now... no one will give a crap about this. Not KK, not JW, not CP readers. I give this story a MAX of 10 days (2 more games) at the MOST.

The whole thing about LJ's song being story isn't about race, it's about media outlets exploiting high profile people they their drama for ratings.

JW's doing it.

KK's doing it.

ESPN and all the sports blogs are all doing it.

Were it written by a black, scrub FA signing who was cut in the first round of training camp cuts... no one would even know about it.

But it was LJ. And KC media needs controversy to sell. This story has it in spades (is that a black reference!?! :p).

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 02:15 AM
Most of us on this board have probably said worse about our bosses at one time or another....

LJ just made the mistake of forgetting his grievance's were being recorded....

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 02:18 AM
Larry’s crime, if he committed one, is being a grown black man and thinking there’s something cool about repeatedly yelling the N-word and rapping about guns in front of a crowd.



I like how JW ties it all back to his "Prison Culture" rants once again.... :)

Fruit Ninja
09-15-2007, 04:04 AM
When did the Chiefs ever has a burst?

Kerberos
09-15-2007, 06:06 AM
Hell who cares? I say F%ck Carl Peterson too...lol

As I agree with you that MOST fans on this board say F*** CP on a consistent basis... but then again we DON'T work for that F*** either.

Saying it as a fan and Rapping about it as an employee are night and fuggin day IMO.

Is this something the league should be involved in? I kind of think the fine line of the "Conduct creating negative light on the NFL" thing has been crossed IMO. KK is just making a mountain out of a mole hill IMO but this is america and KK is spewing all of this and people are listening.

:shake:

kstater
09-15-2007, 06:16 AM
Shouldn't Whitless condemn LJ for this based on his past positions about rap?

Stewie
09-15-2007, 07:00 AM
The most important part of this article is that KK is losing ratings. Maybe other owners of the station will finally realize this and move him to a late time slot. The guy's a hack.

blueballs
09-15-2007, 07:11 AM
The LJ impersonator has already exposed himself
Whitlock is no slueth like KK

http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=169676&highlight=chance

KcMizzou
09-15-2007, 07:15 AM
When did the Chiefs ever has a burst?Is it Caturday already?

I completely agree with Whitlock. Much ado about nothing.

TN_Chief
09-15-2007, 07:30 AM
Simple question: is Larry saying anything we haven't all said a thousand times?

Nope.

It's called the first amendment folks...he can say/rap whatever he damn well pleases. It might not make for great team chemistry (not that it matters, since we suck from a coaching standpoint anyway) and I might not like his choice of language or subject matter...but the guy has every right to open his mouth. Let's deal with things that actually have some bearing on how the team is playing...things like "why does Herm Edwards still have a job"?

BigRedChief
09-15-2007, 08:58 AM
I think hes basically saying its much ado about nothing....
I said those exact words when the "story" broke. I was ahead of the curve. Can I write a column now?

Hog Rider
09-15-2007, 09:12 AM
Shouldn't this story be on Snopes by now?

BigRedChief
09-15-2007, 09:20 AM
Shouldn't this story be on Snopes by now?
Wellllll the problem with that is now the wanna be gangsta rappers are being portrayed as being muscled into syaing it was a fake so they don't get sued or have the NFL lawyers come down on them.

Simplex3
09-15-2007, 09:33 AM
I'd rather talk about Passion Party or missing playbooks for a week straight than another moment of the LJ rap. I mean, at least each of those "scandals" had an impact on team performance. This thing is a non-story no matter which side you believe.
...until Larry gets shot or beat up while hanging out with these or some other third-rate hoodlums. The fact that he hasn't progressed past this 14 year old behavioral pattern has to concern you just a little.

Halfcan
09-15-2007, 09:34 AM
Just another reason not to like LJ.

KcMizzou
09-15-2007, 09:36 AM
Just another reason not to like LJ.At least he wasn't caught singing Rush tunes.

Talk about embarrassing...

Halfcan
09-15-2007, 10:07 AM
At least he wasn't caught singing Rush tunes.

Talk about embarrassing...

LJ is a Huge Rush fan- the diamond cutter he does after every TD is actually a tribute to Ann Rand and Rush.

LJ is saying-and the meek shall inheirit the earth mother ****ers!

Iowanian
09-15-2007, 10:07 AM
Maybe the SBL mob could go Clubbin' in Denver and this will all go away.

TN_Chief
09-15-2007, 10:12 AM
LJ is a Huge Rush fan- the diamond cutter he does after every TD is actually a tribute to Ann Rand and Rush.

LJ is saying-and the meek shall inheirit the earth mother ****ers!Uh, have you actually read Ayn Rand's books? The underlying premise in all of them is about 180 degress from "the meek shall inherit the Earth". And trying to imagine LJ plowing through Atlas Shrugged is impossible.

BTW...yes, I know that "and the meek shall inherit the Earth" is a Rush lyric from 2112 (and part of a Bible verse).

Halfcan
09-15-2007, 10:26 AM
Uh, have you actually read Ayn Rand's books? The underlying premise in all of them is about 180 degress from "the meek shall inherit the Earth". And trying to imagine LJ plowing through Atlas Shrugged is impossible.

BTW...yes, I know that "and the meek shall inherit the Earth" is a Rush lyric from 2112 (and part of a Bible verse).

Yes I have read Rand- pretty bland stuff is you ask me-but when you put them in the context of where she was coming from-light years ahead of time.

I don't think LJ has read any books-he has his manager do it for him. But he is a big Rush fan-he has a full size Geddy tat on his back with 2112 below it.

TN_Chief
09-15-2007, 10:33 AM
I dig Rand...but she's wordy. What takes her 1200+ pages to say she could have said in 800.

Halfcan
09-15-2007, 10:40 AM
I dig Rand...but she's wordy. What takes her 1200+ pages to say she could have said in 800.

Not as wordy as Herm- it took him 30 minutes in an interview just to say-

"I don't have an Internet"

I think he is scared of LJ.

KcMizzou
09-15-2007, 10:43 AM
Not as wordy as Herm- it took him 30 minutes in an interview just to say-

"I don't have an Internet"

Hey, he stole that from Larry Smith.

Halfcan
09-15-2007, 10:47 AM
"I don't have one of the brain things"

He stole that from the scarecrow of Wizzard of OZ.

Dayze
09-15-2007, 10:50 AM
If anything, the article should've be about the media 'hair-trigger' reaction to anything and everything. This incident is considered 'news'....jesus. Big deal.

KK and the rest of the are media are just clinging to hope that there are still people in KC listening/watching the news/radio.

Ari Chi3fs
09-15-2007, 11:01 AM
What I learned today on Chiefsplanet.

Phobia really hates rap...

Sure-Oz
09-15-2007, 11:06 AM
wtf are LJ and Dane Cook even attempting to sing

stevieray
09-15-2007, 11:33 AM
funny how Whitlock has made a mini career latley out of bashing the gangsta mentality, yet when LJ does this, it's a bad joke?

the real joke is the bar being lowered so much that people don't even care...as long as he can play well...

pathetic...just shows how little respect the fans and players truly have for each other.

Micjones
09-15-2007, 11:41 AM
The media sucks these days.
They have nothing substantial to say.
So they harp on mole hills they can sensationalize into mountains.

OnTheWarpath58
09-15-2007, 11:48 AM
The media sucks these days.
They have nothing substantial to say.
So they harp on mole hills they can sensationalize into mountains.


Yep.

Would have been a good opportunity for Whitlock to talk about how we've somehow become a "guilty until proven innocent" society.

Instead, he jumps in head first like the rest......

Splat420
09-15-2007, 01:37 PM
"Sorry, I don’t buy all the denials, the claims of a Larry impersonator. They don’t add up. Look, I could be wrong, but I doubt it."

Thats as far as I got and stopped reading.

Count Alex's Losses
09-15-2007, 01:41 PM
"Sorry, I don’t buy all the denials, the claims of a Larry impersonator. They don’t add up. Look, I could be wrong, but I doubt it."

Thats as far as I got and stopped reading.

I don't understand people that get two paragraphs into an article and quit reading. You got something more important to do? Or is your attention span just on the level of a 3-year old?

Splat420
09-15-2007, 01:45 PM
A little of both not a fan of Witlock all he does is bash the Chiefs and try to get under peoples skin.

Splat420
09-15-2007, 01:47 PM
O and I find it funny that you said this about the article "Weak effort, IMO. Could have been so much more." and then you take a shot at me for not reading the whole thing nice work.

Count Alex's Losses
09-15-2007, 01:49 PM
O and I find it funny that you said this about the article "Weak effort, IMO. Could have been so much more." and then you take a shot at me for not reading the whole thing nice work.

I read the entire article.

ChiefsLV
09-15-2007, 01:54 PM
I don't understand people that get two paragraphs into an article and quit reading. You got something more important to do? Or is your attention span just on the level of a 3-year old?


A little sand in the vagina because people don't read your shit?

Splat420
09-15-2007, 01:55 PM
You sure did then you said it was weak if it is weak why should I read the whole thing? The whole point is to keep the readers attention his little remark of "I could be wrong, but I doubt it" was just a reminder of how full of him self he is. I don't feel the need to read the rest of him talking about how he is right blah blah blah knows all I'm the great Jason Witlock ect ect.

KCCHIEFS27
09-15-2007, 03:46 PM
Supposedly it wasn't him..http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/football/nfl/09/14/chiefs.johnson.ap/index.html

You have to read a little farther on down the article, the owner of the label who manages SBL fessed up about it being an imitator.

Dylan
09-15-2007, 04:02 PM
Without meaning to give offense because I don't read Jason Whitlock's columns -- This is one of those sad stories we encounter about a columnist who has let down the final gatekeepers of the profession before it reaches you, the readers.

Most of the content here, more than 90% identifies a problem, and if so the author needs to find out if the allegations are true. If Whitlock wants to attempt investigative reporting, he should have great instincts for picking out suspisious or incorrect facts before saying, "This column will operate from the premise that Larry rapped the profane lyrics." It felt like I stumbled into the middle of a movie on television and left to wonder what comes next from the core of attraction.

The final line against unfair and imbalanced reporting is content analysis -- especially with articles particularly sensitive in nature to report. Top newspaper organizations remain the news media's influence on what is on the wires and to provide the news.

Never in my life have I read a self-defeating article. I'm glad I was provided a link to a KC TV station that provided fair reporting on the incident.

Jason Whitlock biography
Jason Whitlock, columnist for the Kansas City Star and FOXSports.com, is widely considered the most provocative, thought-provoking and entertaining sports columnist working today.

There you go... I should have read an excerpt of Whitlock's biography before commenting.

Short Leash Hootie
09-15-2007, 04:11 PM
Great article, in my opinion.

TEX
09-15-2007, 04:36 PM
5. Wannabe NFL legend Carl Peterson and his staff of minions

ROFL

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 04:39 PM
5. Wannabe NFL legend Carl Peterson and his staff of minions

ROFL

Yea, JW got great jabs in this column. Loved this one too:



"Larry went Shaggy — “it wasn’t me.” Herm Edwards didn’t want anyone to get it twisted — he doesn’t listen to gangsta rap. And Carl contemplated a parking-price increase."

ROFL

Short Leash Hootie
09-15-2007, 06:31 PM
Whitlock's right, though...

Who hasn't been to a party where you throw out some icebreaker like, "yeah, my boss is a ****head!" or "co-worker Barry has to be a faggot!"...

I highly doubt LJ thought he was going to be recorded and put on myspace...

But like Whitlock said, stupid decision (forgot he was the only one there worth a damn) but really not a big deal.

An apology to CP and PH should do the trick.

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 08:23 PM
So are Whitlock and KK going to publicly apologize to LJ now that its been determined a scam??

http://www.kansascity.com/sports/chiefs/story/276113.html

Short Leash Hootie
09-15-2007, 08:27 PM
So are Whitlock and KK going to publicly apologize to LJ now that its been determined a scam??

http://www.kansascity.com/sports/chiefs/story/276113.html
That didn't prove shit to me...

I still think it's him, but the dudes probably said it was fake because JayZ probably threatened them with all of his thug buddies...

Count Alex's Losses
09-15-2007, 08:27 PM
It WAS Larry on that tape. He can deny it all he wants.

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 08:31 PM
That didn't prove shit to me...

I still think it's him, but the dudes probably said it was fake because JayZ probably threatened them with all of his thug buddies...

So you think they got threatened or got paid "Shut up" money??? Im curious what made them change their tune....

Halfcan
09-15-2007, 08:32 PM
So you think they got threatened or got paid "Shut up" money??? Im curious what made them change their tune....

LJ put out some lovin to him.

petegz28
09-15-2007, 08:32 PM
It WAS Larry on that tape. He can deny it all he wants.


Proof?

Short Leash Hootie
09-15-2007, 08:36 PM
So you think they got threatened or got paid "Shut up" money??? Im curious what made them change their tune....
Maybe they were actually friends with LJ and didn't realize how much trouble it was going to possibly get him into...so they decided they got enough publicity and now they'll just act like it wasn't him all along.

Ari Chi3fs
09-15-2007, 08:42 PM
Michael Bennett is one of Johnson’s closest friends with the Chiefs. He said he never thought the song sounded like something Johnson would do.

“He was hurt. Carl and this organization mean a lot to him,” Bennett said. “Everybody has their ups and downs. I don’t think he would say or do anything to put himself in harm’s way, especially about this organization.

“I can just see the look in his eye. He was just so remorseful about it. It was out there, and it’s being said. But he’s said it’s not him, so let’s just move on.”

Short Leash Hootie
09-15-2007, 08:46 PM
I'm pretty sure that if an investigation was conducted it would turn out that it was indeed LJ's voice...

but really, who gives a ****?

We've all said stupid shit to our friends...it's a shame he's famous and when he bashes his boss or talks about killing people it gets out to the public.

You live, you learn. Alanis Morisette taught me that.

Count Alex's Losses
09-15-2007, 08:50 PM
You live, you learn. Alanis Morisette taught me that.

Alanis ****ing Morisette? You fag.

Deberg_1990
09-15-2007, 08:59 PM
Alanis ****ing Morisette? You Rump Ranger.

Still better than anything Underwood ever put out...

Count Alex's Losses
09-15-2007, 09:08 PM
Still better than anything Underwood ever put out...

Agreed.

kregger
09-15-2007, 09:27 PM
The thing that gets me is Larry's statement about having NFL security look into this. If he indeed is the rapper, then he is likely to be in some form of trouble with Goodell for lying and starting a BS investigation that easily could have been avoided by a mea culpa.

dtebbe
09-15-2007, 10:46 PM
The thing that gets me is Larry's statement about having NFL security look into this. If he indeed is the rapper, then he is likely to be in some form of trouble with Goodell for lying and starting a BS investigation that easily could have been avoided by a mea culpa.

Yep, his street cred takes a major hit here with me. Any teenage deliquiant who has ever fuc%ed with the cops learns this lesson in like 5th grade. I know I did.

DT