Afternoon Delight: Starving Families--The Wiggle that Got Away
Approximately 7 years ago, former NBA all-star headcase Latrell Sprewell uttered one of the dumbest things ever said by an athlete/celebrity. In regards to a contract negotiation with Minnesota where he was getting offered 14.6 millionSprewell said:
"Why would I want to help them win a title? They're not doing anything for me. I'm at risk. I have a lot of risk here. I got my family to feed. Anything could happen."
Sprewell has blown all of his NBA earnings on Lamborghini's and spinning rims and was spotted at a local job fair with 2 former Celtics, Wally 'Zoolander' Szczerbiak and the one they call Sheed. Also making an appearance was Delonte West, who was recently fired from Home Depot for pulling a Gilbert Arenas (bringing guns to work), and Antoine Walker who is not pictured here.
Toine rushes out of the fair after realizing that Caesar's Palace, Red Rock Resort and Planet Hollywood were all there looking for prospective employees. In effort to get in the good graces of the companies, Sprewell jumps out of the line, dashes after Toine and tackles him from behind. Sprewell begins choking Toine much to the delight of the 3 Las Vegas casinos. Not even Toine's wiggle can escape the death grip of a man trying to feed his family. Sheed in a pit of rage kept yelling 'Toine don't lie! Toine don't lie!' However luckily for Toine, D West started rapping in line, drawing everyone's attention and energy to boo him. The only one not phased by D West's rapping was Sprewell who began clenching even harder around Toine's neck. Then a miracle happened. Wally took off his baller ass shades and gazed over in the direction of the angry, frustrated Sprewell.......
Sprewell was powerless against it and was forced to let go of Toine...as Toine wiggled into the night....and shot up a ridiculously long off-balanced 3...which Sheed later remarked 'GOOD SHOT!'
After graduating high school in 2006, Dane realized he had to prepare himself for the "real world". Ever since then, he has been writing based on his first hand experiences of heartbreak and rejection. Dane prides himself in being both a rapping satirist and realist. He only writes about things he knows in hopes that one day his introspective hip-hop will make him a better person. He appreciates any and all those that can relate to his music.