Ever see Snoop Dogg strutting across the stage and think, "Snoop's got some decent height and if he wasn't so high all the time, he might have pretty good motor skills."
Well, you were right.
Meet Cordell Broadus, Snoop's son, who is a four-star, ranked #88 overall, in the class of 2015 by 24/7 Sports.
The Doggfather's son already has ten scholarship offers from USC, LSU, Tennessee, Duke, California, and UCLA among others.
|You can read part one of the bachelor party trip here. 18. At around 8:30 we wake up. I ask Kai what happened and he tells me. Background on Kai, he's one of the most ridiculous people in the world. One story that will sum him up. Last year we were set to go to the horse races in Nashville, the Steeplechase, which is one of the most fun events of the year. We had a van scheduled to meet us at Kai's apartment. At the appointed time, I'm running late so I get a phone call from another friend. "Have you talked to Kai?" he asks. "No," I say. "Okay, well are you sure he's okay?" It's 8:30 in the morning in Nashville. "Why?" "I'm at his apartment and there are all these fire trucks and there's smoke still pouring out of the building." Turns out. Kai's apartment burned down the night before. And he didn't even tell anyone other than his girlfriend. He spent the night at her house and didn't even alter the plans for where we were supposed to meet. So we all show up at his burned down apartment, meet the van, and we're all like, "How did you not text us that your apartment burned down?" His response: "Most of my stuff was pretty crappy anyway. No big deal." Seriously.|
Remember when YouTube was created and we all said, "This is awesome now anyone can make videos."
And remember when you were a kid and you thought, "Man, nothing could ever make the Tennessee-Alabama rivalry seem lame. Nothing!"
Then YouTube existed and this video about Tennessee and Alabama, "Overcome the Tide," was made.
And you've basically got to question all of your life's assumptions now.
I didn't think it was possible for anyone to make a worse video than the Alabama fan singing "Call Me Maybe."
Then this happened.
It's mailbag time and I'm writing it with a bad case of poison ivy, the first of my life.
You know what the only thing worse than getting poison ivy is? Being responsible for your four year old getting poison ivy. And then having that poison ivy show up while you're on a Las Vegas bachelor party trip.
Before we get any further along, I've been inundated by emails and Tweets seeking an update on how negotiations for my fight against old man LSU fan Billy Ayo are proceeding. And I regret to inform you that Billy has not replied to my time and place conditions.
He has, however, -- as many of you pointed out -- pulled a Sarah Palin and taken to Facebook to voice his opinion on the matter.
"I would like to thank everyone for having so much fun at my 15 minutes of fame. Too the asshole that made this all happen I thank you. Wish I could remember his name. Easy to forget unimportant people."
Every few years an old man wants to fight me. It's kind of a hazard of writing on the Internet. Yes, young people do dumb things with technology, but they actually know how that technology works.
Not so much.
So, occasionally, they want to fight me.
Which brings us to Billy Ayo, a dear friend of the Alabama beach family that believes I am going to hell for posting their picture online yesterday.
Last night Billy sent me the following email which I have reproduced below in full.
"I just had the opportunity to read you comments regarding the Cole family beach picture. You are without a doubt the biggest asshole a believe I ever met. Just to cut to the chase, if you would pick a time and place it would give me no greater pleasure to accomodate and beat the living hell out of you. You low life inconsiderate asshole. And for the record these are dear friends and I am an LSU fan, bleed purple and gold but would go to hell and back for these people. Show up coward."
While I may be a big asshole, it is impossible for me to the biggest asshole that Billy Ayo has ever met because we have not, you know, actually met.
Notwithstanding this error of time and place, common for individuals of Billy's age, now Billy wants to fight me so long as I'm willing "to pick a time and place."
Consider this my response. But first, here is Billy's Facebook profile.