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That wouldn't happen in the SEC. Don't be ridiculous.
I know right?! Oh stop it you silly goose!
Especially from Ole Miss
Just let it go.
this is thread worthy for any 5 star recruit, regardless of their former interest in michigan
Don't know why this was downvoted. It's a huge stretch to assume that the kid was bought based on a photo of a few benjamins and a hand, which may or may not be his.
The kid's not coming. We'll be alright. Move on and forget about him.
Someone on the 247sports board posted a picture he took of his championship ring. It matches the one in the picture.
We can't just let it go, or kids in the future will think it is right to post pics of themselves "making it rain" with "Benji's." Even if this money is not football related, this young man needs to understand he looks ignorant among other things due to this picture. I feel like there is only man who could say this better than I did. Well maybe there are others, but he would be the best.
His name is....
News flash, Herm is not a real person.
You shut your whore mouth.
David From Wyoming is right:
I've been fooled twice. Just don't understand anyone wasting so much time pretending to be someone else.
Maybe I should come clean...I'm not really Elmer Fudd. Whew...feels good to get that out there.
Well, ultimately, ChopBlock probably isn't a person named ChopBlock, so it's a pseudonym masquerading as a new pseudonym.
I don't actually believe Herm is real, he's just too fake old person-y. Not sure if that comment really "outed" him though...
Rule #1: Once on the interwebs. Always on the interwebs.
Mark Emmert: please pick up the courtesy phone...
Why would he post something like that! I think we might have dodged a (Terrelle Pryor type) bullet here
a freshman who leaves the program during Summer camp citing "lack of family values" that he didn't get his allowance from his folks.
Not quite as much as Mike Bellemy though
In need of enlightenment here: who is that and is that a real pic?
That is Mike Bellemy, a five star RB out if Florida who signed with Clemson 2? years ago. And yes, it is real. No I don't know exactly the story behind the picture, but it did cause a stir. He is no longer with the Clemson program.
Mike Bellamy, former Clemson RB (transferred to a JUCO school)...and yes, it is a real pic.
Yeahhh, regardless of where that money came from, that probably wasn't a very smart thing for him to do.
It's not 100% related to his college choice, but this does make me feel better. Two things come to mind here: 1. Taking money is not good, obviously. 2. How did he think it was a good idea to post this on twitter ever.
That could be any black guys hand! Cam Newton, Mark Ingram, The honey badger, Jordan Diamond etc etc.
Maybe he has a paper route?
Had some papers routed...
I'll never understand the appeal of taking pictures with money
A rich man doesn't need to tell you he's rich.
I have ever known personally, drove a Buick Century (well, 2 actually) for 13 of the 20 years my parents worked for her. She is worth a few hundred million dollars. In my experience, rich people dont want anyone to know they are rich. They don't want to become a target
I drove an '88 Buick Century in high school, and it was BALLER. I could even beat my buddy's '89 LeSabre in a drag race. Ain't nothing that says high roller like a goddamned Century.
My LeSabre (87, but the same block & most components) could take all comers!
That actually isn't entirely a lie, either. That's the same block they built the Gand National on, so it had some power. Great sleeper.
blownboth doors of my 78 Cutlass. Had a 305 in it, but was only rated at about 140 HP. Went from 0-60 eventually. The late 70's Caprice/Cutlass/Regals were grossly underpowered. 10 MPG too.
And still, I loved that car.
The Gutless Cutlass. My parents owned one. Then they bought another, a wagon. They still don't know why they did that.
This story really doesn't have a point . Many people that are really rich also drive mercedes and ferrari's, but your correct that some drive normal cars as well (but that isn't really saying much...)
It makes it much easier to remember a time when you had it after you've blown it all on stupid stuff.
Funny thing is that there are 3x $100s, the back of a $5 bill visible at the top and maybe a few others beneath that in Treadwell's pic. That's $305 plus some unknown other stuff that may or may not be $1s or $100s or nothing.
Post a pic of a few 100s in cash and you can pretend you're a baller. But if you told the ladies you had $305 in your checking account you can be sure that no one is mistaking you for Jay Z. Something weird to kids about cash money.
And you made him dead.
Seems like a dumb thing to do...like committing to Ole Miss in the first place.
That happens all the time, I hear.
I thought I heard talk one of the big problems with him and Michigan were his grades + standifer. Obvi this makes a bit of sense too
I mean, he's got at least $305 there. (the top most bill is a 5). To quote my cousin Vinny (from memory) "How do I know that's not a roll of ones with a 20 on the outside?"
Ole Miss boosters must be stingy bastards. "Come to our school and we'll give you at LEAST $305"
Ole Miss booster: "Laquon, I will give you $300 to come to Ole Miss. THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS!"
Laquon: "Bro. I am a 5 star WR, that's it?"
Ole Miss booster "....$305?"
Yeah, I think if he had more 100 dollar bills they would be more prominent. I think it's odd when people post pictures like this but I wouldn't start making assumptions on where it came from. He’s still in high school so there’s no need to make assumptions about his character.
He'd be too dumb if he got the money from a school, then I realized he's probably high. Wake and bake son