“What If Michael Sam Pats Someone on Their Ass?”

Profile-WhiteBG-Greg-Ellisthis was greg ellis,
former baller wolf,
concern about michael sam being put on a football team.
here is the full quote of what he said to the dallas star…

If he pats somebody on the butt — I hope ESPN don’t get mad and never have me back — but if he pats somebody on the butt, how is that to be received? If he does that how is that to be received? If he said, ‘Come on baby’? I called guys baby all the time on the football field, but when you have taken a stand and went and go public and say that, ‘I am gay,’ how is that going to be received? I’ve seen guys, I had guys on the Dallas Cowboys football team — I won’t mention names — who did not want you to pat them on their butt. So God forbid if you pat one of those guys on the butt it’s going to be a major problem,” Ellis said.

yes because the baller wolves who happen to be d/l do it so nice and discretely.

tumblr_mm4s60n8Xk1s49x9io1_400bumbling doofus.
welp just add “no butt patting” on the list of things michael isn’t supposed to do.
i mean,
i can’t.
i really can’t.

lowkey: i’m starting to think he should have stayed in the closet,
help win a super bowl,
and then come right on out like,
“boom bitches pass that ring!”.

this is madness i tell ya!

quote found: nbc sports

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

14 thoughts on ““What If Michael Sam Pats Someone on Their Ass?””

  1. When I read this earlier I was like WTF?
    Also I was confused by the”baby” comment.Is that common practice for players to call each other “baby” come on baby?
    I just hope Michael performs well this weekend at the combines.I see he got an endorsement deal with trading cards company.

  2. I think they would’ve found problems with him no matter which way he came out.If he came out later, you’d have players saying “I always thought he was a little too eager to slap my ass” or “He was always staring at me in the shower, now I know why.”

    I remember a few years ago, a basketball player came out way after his career and one of his teammates was ranting on ESPN about the dude seeing him naked and blah blah blah.Like a week or two later, a vintage video of their locker room was released which showed the ranting player butt ass naked.His dick was right in the other player’s faces so I don’t why he was so angry.He clearly wasn’t worried about his dick showing then so why now, way after the fact.

    but yeah, they would’ve been running off at the mouth regardless because they’re such alpha male douche-bags.

  3. Why is everyone so afraid that their manhood will be compromised because of something like that? Isn’t the act of smacking each other on the ass as a congratulatory salute already deemed as seemingly gay? Why is it ok to do that but yet youre so afraid that someone is going to hit on you in the locker room? Are you afraid that you will be turned? Im confused. I feel as though no one’s worried about the love they have for the game because they are so worried about who this guy loves. Why is his ethical conduct in question because his sexuality is no longer in question? If you didnt know, obviously you wouldnt care if he smacked your ass. How about you think about how many closeted men has smacked your ass or congratulated you on a good game. For People who are so straight, you are all riding his dick so incredibly well.

  4. i wonder if straight females deal with this when it comes to the super stud lesbians?

    “omg i dont even want to be around her.
    she might sop my vagina up with a biscuit.”

    1. It opposite for females.
      i seen it with my own eyes, when one friend come out to them they “that cool, my aunt is a lesbian too.” or “i always been kinda curious about girls. how do vaginas taste like.” “how do you fuck?”
      lesbians has it easier than us gay males.

  5. When the comfort of your masculinity is as fragile as to be compromised by something so small, it says a lot more about you than the gay player.

    Sidenote, wasn’t he removed from EAPN a long time ago for saying dumb shit? I see he hasn’t learned much.

  6. Is his problem that he’s gay, or publicly gay? In other words, he’s more concerned about “guilt” by association? Pat my ass, people may think I’m gay?

  7. My God, such stupid statements. What’s coming next? “Can he wear blinders in the shower so that he can’t see me naked?” “What if his dick has tattooed on it the name of his lover like “Jamari’s dick”, should I compliment him on his tattoo?” “What if his ass has tattooed on it the name of his lover like “Jamari’s ass”, should I compliment him on his tattoo?” “What if he sucks my dick in the shower. What am I to do?” What if I like it?” “What if I don’t like it?” “What if he doesn’t suck my dick in the shower. Does that mean that he doesn’t like me?” “If he suggests that I come to his place to talk about the game, does that mean that he wants to have sex with me?” “If he looks at me in the locker room when we are both naked, does that mean that he wants to have sex with me?” “If I look at him naked in the locker room when we are both naked and I like what I see, how do I let him know that I want to have sex with him?” “What do I do if I want to have sex with his boyfriend. Do I have to ask for his permission first?” “If I see his ass in the shower and want to f!@k him, will he out me if I ask for some ass?” “What do I do if I see him having sex with his someone in the jacuzzi. Do I ignore it or join in?” “How do I let him know that I want to have sex with him on the DL?” “How do I let him know that I don’t want to have sex with him?” “If he doesn’t want to have sex with me, should I be offended?” And on and on!

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