As we all know by now one Johnny Manziel aka Johnny Football aka Johnny Hangover aka Billy Vegas likes to party with the ladies. He's like any other red, white and blue blooded American in his early 20's except he has a shit ton of money and plays (or played) QB in the NFL. I'm not going to sit here on my high horse and shit on the guy because I did the same exact stuff back in my 20's. Hell I would probably do it now if I wasn't married with kids. (Hi honey I love you in case you are reading this) So let's stop pretending this is some outrageous event because Manziel likes to party and have a good time. And yes I know he went to "rehab" but we all know that was bullshit celebrity/pro athlete rehab. Those are like party favors for us layman's.
P.S - I'm going to sound like a hypocrite because I am always on my phone but what is the need for people to record video/take pictures of every fucking thing especially when out partying? All it is evidence that can be used against you. Put away your fucking camera phones and rock out without recording it.
Double P.S - If you do record a celebrity partying send it to us. I'll hook you up with a free shirt or some other shit. I got a business to run here.
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Studying with the booger sugar https://t.co/vKElGWctxO— SportsCrack Apparel (@sportscrack) January 26, 2016
Matty Mauk missing the line, just like he misses his receivers. #Mizzou #Rocktober #MattyIce @TMAFanpage @TMASTL pic.twitter.com/cAUbMqfkT8— Ray King (@Ray56King) January 26, 2016
First off it's Cocaine 101 you never, ever let somebody film you while doing lines. Second off you should never miss your cocaine line this bad as now former Mizzou QB Maty Mauk displayed in embarrassing fashion. Mauk basically did a Carson Palmer in the NFC Championship and completely overthrew his receivers here. For that alone he should be suspended. You are a college QB. Do better. And by better I mean snort lines with authority like Dan Marino before his draft day.
UPDATE: For what it's worth teammates are saying this video is at least two years old.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 7:56 AM