your speech in New York. But excuse me if I didn't believe a word of it.
I am not stressing over you getting arrested. College kids do dumb things. But sorry, I am not feeling folks who stand up for racists and who hang around with racist friends.
But field, his coach is black and so are some of his teamates, doesn't that count for something?
Nope, not when your "adopted brother" and lifelong friend finds it necessary to drop the N word to a total stranger just because. I mean I know that they are in College Station, Texas, but that's a bit much.
"Moody said that when Marvin approached the two males, he began to get close to Steven who had called him the vulgar word. [Manziel] stepped in between Steven and Marvin and told Marvin that Steven had not meant to say the word and that he was taking him home. Moody said that Marvin continued to push against [Manziel] and [Manziel] shoved Marvin in the chest. Marvin then swung at [Manziel] who charged Marvin and began punching Marvin back." [Source]
Finally, I feel for the family of that British nurse who took her life after being punked by those Australian DJs, but I am not going to join the bandwagon and point fingers at the DJs for their prank. The now infamous two even came out and apologized today. (Those tears didn't look real.) Some people are even calling for them to be prosecuted for the woman's death. That, of course, is preposterous. No one could have foreseen that the poor woman would take her life after a silly prank. I suspect that this woman had some other issues that were weighing her down, and this was just the straw that broke the....that might be a poor choice of words, but you get the point.