Wes Welker’s wife hates Ray Lewis … and not just because the Ravens beat the Patriots yesterday … it’s ’cause she thinks he’s a terrible human being … and she made her feelings known on Facebook.
After Sunday’s AFC Championship game … Anna Burns Welker went to her Facebook page and posted the following message:
“Proud of my husband and the Pats. By the way, if anyone is bored, please go to Ray Lewis’ Wikipedia page. 6 kids 4 wives. Acquitted for murder. Paid a family off. Yay. What a hall of fame player! A true role model!”
General Glamour Says:
January 21st, 2013 at 2:51 pm
Roots are kind Jimmy Fallon’s pets now
My point exactly …I was at Q-Tip little party and even though I’m small on the food chain I have that kind of personality where people just dap me up and hold a conversation because they see me around.
Q-Tip had this whole vibe of “why you paying attention to him whitefolk’s, white girls why you dancing with him …you’re suppose to be bowing in greatness at my subpar DJ set”.
So when I finally had time to say what’s up ..I’m like “Yo Q-Tip, I’m a huge bro appreciate the Tribe, had to show my support and say what’s up”.
He gave me the coldest ..”aight, that’s it?”.
Then ?uestlove ole’ wide hip duck wobbling ass come over with the same disposition….
They though I was somebody, by all the white folks gravitating in my direction and the drunk white girls climbing all on me and shit.
Their whole vibe changed when I said I’m just a fan enjoying the show….they we’re charging people $50 just to come up and talk to them.
But these are the heroes teaching this black power shit and soul shit….
Like I said 2013, I’m about the money and nothing else…fuck being fans, friends, allies, allat. It ain’t like when Lennon could be a fan of Chuck Berry no more. Dudes stopped being about the music YEARS AGO.
Every rapper with half a brain cell left was popping shots at W. his entire presidency. He was an (intentionally) easy target for rappers to direct the attention of the hiphop crowd towards. And 99.9% of the fans did just that.
Lupe adding fuel to that fire would’ve been pointless. On the other hand, taking “one of your own” to task right on his (Obama’s) front doorstep on a day that’s all about him (Obama) is commendable to say the least. Nas isn’t even that bravehearted.
The biggest issue I have with Lupe’s Obama Critique is that it isn’t sophisticated. Like I get it bruh, drones are bad, poverty is bad. But when your only artistic action is telling kids to be “fiscally responsible,” stop saying bitch, and join #occupy, you aren’t saying anything new or innovative. Dude isn’t writing about anything in-depth on poverty or foreign policy, if your music is so overtly political I’ll need rap gems about in-kind transfers vs. cash transfers or legal precedents.
Damn Deion. It was one thing to have you on the corner of 21st and Primetime, with the streetsigns and everything, talking that shit over that Dorrough beat. That was black as fuck, and I wasn’t mad at it.
But did you have to add the honorary Red Lobster Blvd. sign above it? That’s going too far bruh.