Brandon Marshall Needs Serious Anger Management

I’m old school, and I’ll smack a bitch…-Birdman

I’ll tell you right now…
As much as he looks like “Beat Me To Pieces”…
I have to ask….

“Is that before or after the black eye and the bruised lip“?

Former Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall was allegedly involved in an incident that left one woman bruised, the New York Post reports.
According to The Post, the NFL athlete and his wife were at a Manhattan nightclub early Sunday after attending a charitable event, when he got into a fight with a group of friends celebrating a birthday bash.
Around 4 a.m., the birthday girl Christin Myles, 24, left her upper floor party spot to greet a friend downstairs. When Myles tried to return, she was not immediately let back up. A bouncer reportedly told Myles that Marshall, 27, and another football player were fighting and getting thrown out of the club.
Myles found Marshall and the unknown athlete afterward, arguing with her friends. Marshall allegedly hit Myles in the left eye. It wasn’t clear if Marshall meant to hit the woman or if he was aiming for someone else, reports said.
“While attempting to leave the melee, (Marshall’s wife) was struck in the face by a thrown bottle,’’ Harvey Steinberg, Marshall’s attorney, said in a statement. “She suffered serious injury. The mayhem continued outside.”
Steinberg said the fight did not involve his client or companions.
The Post said Myles filed a report about the incident. However, Marshall’s representative declined to say whether Marshall filed a police report about his wife’s injury.
It was announced Tuesday that Marshall was traded to the Chicago Bears.
This is not Marshall’s first run-in with the law. According to The Post, he has a history of arrests that includes disorderly conduct, drunk driving, and domestic violence. Marshall was stabbed less than a year ago in the abdomen with a kitchen knife during a domestic dispute. Marshall’s wife, Michi Nogami-Marshall, was arrested but charges were later dropped.

Source: Miami Herald

DO. NOT. WANT.
I would not even let him get inside me.
He is too much toxic for one Wolf.
Those types are a definite NO NO.
You see his wife has to stab his ass real quick for him to understand.

Author: jamari fox

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11 thoughts on “Brandon Marshall Needs Serious Anger Management

  1. You don’t be out in these streets blacking bitches eyes and shit!! He’s frighteningly violent, I don’t like that…no bueno

  2. He’s sick. I mean literally – he has Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD).

    “The mental illness affects 2 percent of the adult population and is less well known than other disorders like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. It is characterized by mood swings, unstable self image, troubled relationships and fears of abandonment.

    BPD diagnoses are overwhelmingly more common among women. Nearly 75 percent all BPD diagnoses are made in women. There is speculation that both Marilyn Monroe and Princess Diana suffered from BPD.

    The mental illness — which may arise from childhood issues of abandonment, trauma and sexual abuse — is also characterized by a high incidence of self harm and suicide. Nearly 80 percent of those diagnosed with BPD report having suicidal tendencies. Other typical symptoms include disproportionate anger, impulsive sex, periods of alcoholism and binge eating. BPD often occurs in conjunction with other mental illnesses like anxiety and depression.

    Perhaps the biggest issues for those suffering from BPD are low self image and constantly shifting relationships. People with BPD quickly swing from idealizing a loved one to hating them over a perceived slight.

    BPD is usually treatable although it often goes undiagnosed or gets mistaken for another mental illness, most typically bipolar disorder. Treatment includes talk therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and occasional medication.”

    Speaking of – mental illness is real people. Everything isn’t just give it to God & pray…we (Black people) tend to minimize/demonize mental illness/therapy/taking medication. Depression, schizophrenia, etc are real – let’s start acknowledging it /end rant

    1. All that said, Brandon has to be more mindful of where he goes & the crowd he hangs around – that could trigger episodes. And his wife & people have to watch his back too…not excusing his behavior if he did it.

    2. Excellent point, Wolf.
      In the black community, we tend to minimize/disregard mental illness. But to be perfectly, honest, that is probably the cause of many of the problems we currently face in the community.

      Hopefully he gets some help, because he can’t go on being destructive forever. It’ll start to wear on him and the people around him trying to help him will leave him.

  3. Damn and you know the vixens will let him get away with it. He rich, a athlete, and sexy do that let’s him get away with a lot if stuff he can do to a vixen. Don’t get me wrong he is sexy as a motha fucka but he ain’t got no right putting his hands in a female

  4. Not again man. It’s a shame too, Brandon has mad skills on the field and he got the good looks to go along wit it, but he’s just got to get that attitude together. I know he has BPD, but something has to be done quick.

  5. (Rasises sarcasm level to full power)

    No, no, no my fellow foxhole mates!!! If we are going to excuse another famous wolf’s poor behavior and domestic violence and public beatings we must allow the same for him. So let me repeat the same defense that was used in the past to excuse this man’s mistakes…

    ::clears throat::

    He is young and when you’re young you make mistakes. He’s rich doesn’t have any boundaries or anyone around him to keep him in check. He probably grew up in a violent household in a violent neighborhood and learned this type of behavior. We need to forgive him and let go of all the harm he’s caused in the past. All he has to do is apologize, serve a little community service time, have an emotional break down on the field and ALL IS FORGIVEN!!! I mean even though he got stabbed by his wife, she managed to forgive him and get back with him. We should forgive him too and hope he gets better. We weren’t there and we don’t know what happened!! Who are we to judge someone else’s life?? We should all look at our own lives before we start name calling and pointing fingers and demonizing someone else!!!

    Now Jamari, please proceed to give him a few more features and photospreads. Maybe a few gifs and a video. Let us all keep it consistent!

    1. Lol I hear what u sayin vain but if that were one of us they would do all in their power to throw the book at us. Yes he does need help but we shouldent try to baby him I’m pretty sure he knows what he did and he knows something’s comming. Now we should in courage Jamari to post more of him. Sept his body is average

      1. I was making a reference to the way those in the foxhole and many outside of here reacted to Chris(Tina) Brown’s antics. Many people in fact did baby her and said she’s simply making mistakes and found excuses for her behavior. It was not met with the same reaction to this famous wolf and his situation despite the similarities. There was none of this mental illness back them. It was simply brushed off and put to the side. Something I find odd and troubling.

  6. UrSoVain :
    I was making a reference to the way those in the foxhole and many outside of here reacted to Chris(Tina) Brown’s antics. Many people in fact did baby her and said she’s simply making mistakes and found excuses for her behavior. It was not met with the same reaction to this famous wolf and his situation despite the similarities. There was none of this mental illness back them. It was simply brushed off and put to the side. Something I find odd and troubling.

    Depending on how you feel about Chris, he’s an azzhole or he made a mistake. Plus he admitted what he did (and we’ve seen the pictures & the police report). I don’t excuse what he did. Neither do I excuse Brandon, yet for him I will say that he needs to a) take his medication (if he has some) and b) follow his therapist’s/doctor’s recommendations on how to better handle his condition. He knows he has a mental illness, and he was very public with it; so he (and his people/wife/etc) need to make sure he handles his business properly. Cuz most people are gonna assume he’s a thug & acting out…

    I’m not sure a nightclub was the best place to be – and I’m not saying he did anything, but given his past, it’s easy to point the finger at him.

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