The Days of Dez Bryant’s LifeJuly 28, 2012
(*insert baritone/dramatic soap opera voice)
High profile NFL wide receiver on America’s Team assaults his own mother with his uncle and his mother’s friend do nothing! The mother frantically and barely escapes her home that her son will not leave and finds shelter to dial 911. She’s quoted as telling the police dispatcher that her son has assaulted her, she’s not hurt but her clothes have been ripped a terrible death.
The next day after the newsbreaks, the son says nothing but let’s the world know via Twitter that he’s jamming Lil Boosie.
Exactly eight days later, the mother, her son and her son’s lawyer hold a press conference in which the mother says she does not want to press charges on her son. The mother also states that no physical violence occurred.
Tune in next time to see what happens next on The Days of Dez Bryant’s Life.
(*okay you can ditch the soap opera voice and use you’re real voice)
If a Hollywood writer wrote this kind of script, we wouldn’t believe him, but you can’t make this kind of stuff up. This has been Dallas Cowboys, WR, Dez Bryant’s life for the past two weeks.
Should a mother ever call the police on her son? It depends, but should a son ever attack his mother? Never.
Dez Bryant’s mother, Angela, has more street cred than half of our favorite trap rappers. In 1997, she served 18 months in prison for selling crack. As recently as 2009, she was caught selling crack cocaine to police informants and found guilty of two felony counts for possession of a controlled substance and the manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, and she was sentenced to 10 years’ probation. Dez’s father is a pimp and not of the Chad Butler or Todd Shaw variety, he’s a real pimp.
The root of all those facts about the Bryant family is this, Dez Bryan is 23 and his mother is 37 — that explains a lot.
The longest running Soap Opera in US history was Guiding Light, which lasted 57 years. Let’s hope Dez Bryant gets out of the soap opera business because right now we already know the ending — he lives….but he lives broke or in jail.
It’s something about those Dallas Cowboys wide receivers. Michael Irvin lived the NFL fast life and had several run ins with the law. Irvin has turned is life around and is now a model citizen. No matter what you think about Terrell Owens, the fact remains that he’s never been arrested. An unfortunate fact remains that he is now broke.
Is Dez Bryant going to follow the path of Terrell Owens or Michael Irvin? Let us know what you think, thanks.
That’s all I got,