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Snoop Dogg Wants the Lakers Shipped Out on a ‘Slave Ship’ In Curse-Filled Rant

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One has to wonder why the sports media has completely ignored this, but rapper Snoop Dogg unleashed an expletive-filled video rant against the L.A. Lakers which included his wish that the “ni***rs” be shipped off on a “slave ship.”

Apparently, the Dogg has had it with the Lakers.

The “Drop It Like It’s Hot” rapper went after the Lakers in a profanity-laced video after last weekend’s 118-109 loss to the Phoenix Suns, TMZ reported.

“Bad year,” Snoop said. “Somebody’s gotta go.”

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Snoop was so mad he lapsed into slave-talk.

“Ship all them n***as out. Get a slave ship, and ship all them sorry motherf*ckers the f*ck outta here!” he carped. “Sick of all this tryin’ ta act like it’s gonna be alright, it’s gonna be col, they gonna figure it out, they gonna grow.”

“These sorry mother f*ckers ain’t going to do sh*t,” Snoop added … “These goofballs ain’t going to do sh*t. They sorry.”

“Somebody gotta go. F*ck this shit. Somebody gotta go. Matter of fact, a lot of n***as gotta go, starting with the coach,” he continued.

“Get LeBron some f*ckin’ help!” he complained.

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NFL Troublemaker Under Investigation for Phony COVID-19 Vaccine Card

Something’s fishy here, however.

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Professional athletes often have some mighty large egos.  This isn’t some shocking revelation, that’s for sure, and there are plenty of Americans who’ve been turned off by the antics that they see both on and off the field.

And trust me, there have been some downright zany antics over the years.

Of course, in 2021, much of the off-court drama of professional sports revolves around the waning coronavirus pandemic and the varying vaccine mandates being instituted by the government and private corporations alike.

The latest incident comes to us from the NFL, where longtime troublemaker Antonio Brown is now under investigation.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown has been accused of owning fake Covid-19 vaccination cards in an attempt to usurp NFL protocols.

The accusations are made by Steven Ruiz, Brown’s former at-home chef in a Tampa Bay Times exclusive report.

The NFL’s Vice President of Communications Brian McCarthy told CNN, “We are aware of the report and have been in contact with the club. We will review the matter.”

And it wasn’t cheap, either.

According to the Times, Ruiz says Brown’s girlfriend asked Ruiz if he could obtain fake Johnson and Johnson vaccination cards and that Brown would pay him $500 for it. The Times showed a screenshot of the alleged text exchange from July between Ruiz and Brown’s girlfriend.

There may have been a little revenge at play, as well.

According to the Times, Ruiz says Brown owes him $10,000 and only spoke to the paper after they were unable to come to a settlement.

An attorney for Antonio Brown claims that the NFL star is indeed vaccinated.  The investigation is ongoing as of this writing.

Professional athletes often have some mighty large egos.  This isn’t some shocking revelation, that’s for sure, and there are plenty of Americans who’ve been turned off by the antics that they see both on and off the field. And trust me, there have been some downright zany antics over the years. Of course, in 2021, much of the off-court drama of professional sports revolves around the waning coronavirus pandemic and the varying vaccine mandates being instituted by the government and private corporations alike. The latest incident comes to us from the NFL, where longtime troublemaker Antonio Brown is now under investigation. Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown has been accused of owning fake Covid-19 vaccination cards in an attempt to usurp NFL protocols. The accusations are made by Steven Ruiz, Brown’s former at-home chef in a Tampa Bay Times exclusive report. The NFL’s Vice President of Communications Brian McCarthy told CNN, “We are aware of the report and have been in contact with the club. We will review the matter.” And it wasn’t cheap, either. According to the Times, Ruiz says Brown’s girlfriend asked Ruiz if he could obtain fake Johnson and Johnson vaccination cards and that Brown would pay him $500 for it. The Times showed a screenshot of the alleged text exchange from July between Ruiz and Brown’s girlfriend. There may have been a little revenge at play, as well. According to the Times, Ruiz says Brown owes him $10,000 and only spoke to the paper after they were unable to come to a settlement. An attorney for Antonio Brown claims that the NFL star is indeed vaccinated.  The investigation is ongoing as of this writing.

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Anti-Vax NFL Superstar Loses Endorsement Deal Over Medical Decision

Discrimination against the unvaccinated continues to grow in the United States.

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It appears as though even NFL legends are not immune from the whims of cancel culture, even when their purported controversies are simply just medical decisions.

Aaron Rodgers, the much-exalted quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, is a surefire NFL hall-of-famer whose contribution to the game of football is undeniable.  He’s one of the best to ever suit up in front of the cheeseheads, and is undoubtedly an elite player in the league.

But he also has some concerns about COVID-19 vaccines, and has chosen to not yet be inoculated against the virus in this late stage of the waning pandemic.

This personal medical decision is now affecting his career.

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The Green Bay Packers quarterback is out Sunday against the Chiefs after testing positive for COVID-19, and it was also revealed that he’s unvaccinated. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

During an incredible interview with Pat McAfee, the NFL star revealed his reasons for being unvaccinated, ripped the league’s protocols, talked about taking advice from Joe Rogan, taking Ivermectin and much more.

And then…

Well, it appears that his interview with McAfee has now cost him a major endorsement deal. Prevea Health announced the mutual split Saturday and said in part, “Prevea Health remains deeply committed to protecting its patients, stafff, providers and communities admist the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes encouraging and helping all eligible populations to become vaccinated against COVID-19 to prevent the virus from further significantly impacting lives and livelihoods.”

Americans have long been concerned about potential discrimination against the unvaccinated, given the intense public and political pressure that pro-vaccine influencers have had in recent weeks.

It appears as though even NFL legends are not immune from the whims of cancel culture, even when their purported controversies are simply just medical decisions. Aaron Rodgers, the much-exalted quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, is a surefire NFL hall-of-famer whose contribution to the game of football is undeniable.  He’s one of the best to ever suit up in front of the cheeseheads, and is undoubtedly an elite player in the league. But he also has some concerns about COVID-19 vaccines, and has chosen to not yet be inoculated against the virus in this late stage of the waning pandemic. This personal medical decision is now affecting his career. The Green Bay Packers quarterback is out Sunday against the Chiefs after testing positive for COVID-19, and it was also revealed that he’s unvaccinated. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) During an incredible interview with Pat McAfee, the NFL star revealed his reasons for being unvaccinated, ripped the league’s protocols, talked about taking advice from Joe Rogan, taking Ivermectin and much more. And then… Well, it appears that his interview with McAfee has now cost him a major endorsement deal. Prevea Health announced the mutual split Saturday and said in part, “Prevea Health remains deeply committed to protecting its patients, stafff, providers and communities admist the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes encouraging and helping all eligible populations to become vaccinated against COVID-19 to prevent the virus from further significantly impacting lives and livelihoods.” Americans have long been concerned about potential discrimination against the unvaccinated, given the intense public and political pressure that pro-vaccine influencers have had in recent weeks.

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