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Like I said SIAP but I'm just seeing this on First Take right now. Decided to take a half day at work cause we were slow and came home to this. I'm quoting here,
"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!"
I mean damn. I think Ray goes a little too far with the God sprinkling his ever loving glory on Ray and everything that he touches and all but that is harsh.
Why was she even interviewed? Was it on Twitter or something?
I think she posted it on Facebook
Damn 6 kids from 4 wives
But he found Jesus, so everything is cool now.
Was she not supposed to do that?
Sounds pretty salty if you ask me
Somebody post pictures of his wife. She is hot.
While great in his prime. It can be argued that Ray Lewis is the worst player on Baltimore's d right now. Not even a shell of his former self anymore. Don't have to like the man as person, but his football talents in his prime can't be argued.
I think her facebook post was spot on. And the backlash to her post and her forced apology just shows how stupid we are in society.
She nailed it. Ray is a pos.
I agree that it was about spot on I just think it was a bit salty, but now I'm changing my thought process. Stephen A Smith has gone and pissed me off, go figure.
He actually used as an argument against her saying it, and mind you that if I was Wes Welker, I would have probably been pissed at my wife for saying it, but his argument was that, "It would be one thing if a journalist came out and said these things about Ray, but who does she think she is."
Oh really Stephen A? So it takes a journalist and his credentials to read a fvcking Wikipedia page? A "journalist" has the right to state something about a person but everyone else needs to shut up?
Give me a fvcking break.
Hey the truth hurts!
Espn can't say anything bad about their future employee. I'm surprised they even brought it up.
This exactly. Can't believe she "apologized" for it. Free speech. Ray Ray prolly just got mad because it's the truth.
I wonder what upset him more. The facebook post by some lady he shouldn't care about or getting some dude's blood all over his white suit while slicing him up?
Exactly. Who exactly does Stephen A think he is? Some bastion of truth and fairness? He's a former nowhere-school basketball player/current jock sniffer/rider on a network that is attempting to help Notre Dame cover up a hoax. He's a joke. And I don't need to be a damn "journalist" to say so.
F Stephen A and F Ray Ray.
I google imaged her and this is what I got, if this is really Wes's wife. Congrats
i'll take some green arrows, since no one plays by the rules anymore.
I beat you to it downlow
All civility has been lost.
She should never have to apologize...for anything.
This post was edited by Red Goodman 18 months ago
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
it's anarchy! and it needs to STOP!
Mother of god! She can say anything she damn well wants!
This post was edited by Gary Dodson 18 months ago
She may also sit on my face
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