(S)Cam Newton dabbed his way into our hearts last year. We couldn’t get enough of the young athlete and his willingness to be what we interpreted as unapologetically Black.We enjoyed the spectacle, and quite frankly, the audacity. In late 2015, Newton, a Panthers quarterback, received an unexpected letter from a Tennessee mom who unlike much of the Black community, wasn’t impressed with Newton at all. As a matter of fact, she was pissed, calling the player “arrogant” and a “spoiled brat.” It was strange to say the least.
Who doesn’t like to look at naked bodies? Especially when they’re in shape and belong to super attractive athletes? Yea, pretty much nobody can resist. I chose this image of Colin Kaepernick because he’s incredibly tasty and I wanted to share the wealth. Unfortunately, he’s not in this year’s issue, but the newbies are just as hot. So without further ado, check out the covers, plus a little somethin’ extra.
I spend a lot of time on social media and I come across a lot of stupid stuff. It’s always refreshing when I come across tweets that actually make sense. Here’s the tweet of the week. This tweet is in reference to the Marshawn Lynch media debacle.
Marshawn Lynch has been known to to be extremely private and has made an effort to steer clear of the media at all costs. The Seahawks running back was recently fined $100,000 for stiffing the media. Today, at a press conference held for Super Bowl Media Day, after answering all of his questions with the witty and downright hilarious response, “I’m just here so I won’t get fined” TheOnion.com wrote a story stating that Lynch surprised the crowd by giving a 45 minute speech about privacy in the 21st century. After reading the speech, I couldn’t help but wish it were true.