As the news that the former Baltimore Raven was intoxicated at the time of the infamous elevator incident circulated, George stepped in to try to shift the energy to police violence.
“Keep it 100 lets act on this police violence like we actin on this Ray Rice case! Stay strong homie!,” he tweeted. “I don’t condone hitting women or think it’s cool BUT if she ain’t trippin’, then I ain’t trippin’. Let’s keep it movin’…lol…let that man play.”
Moronically, his domestic violence thoughts mirrored CeeLo Green’s take on the defintion of rape and the people let him have it. After deleting the more rousing tweets, George offered up an apology: “Let me apologize to the women and to the VICTIMS of domestic violence people my intent was not to downplay the situation.”
Flip through the pages below to see the collateral damage his tweets caused on this day of remembrance.
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