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Tank Johnson tells NFL rookies: You do not need a gun

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During Tank Johnson’s tumultuous tenure with the Bears, incidents with guns got him arrested, jailed and suspended, and his close friend was shot and killed in front of him after an altercation at a Chicago bar. All that has Johnson offering new NFL players a simple piece of advice: You don’t need a gun.

Johnson spoke today at the rookie symposium and said that there’s enough security in place, provided by teams and the league, that players don’t have to carry guns to protect themselves.

“While you’re playing in the NFL, you do not need a firearm for any reason,” Johnson said, via Tim Graham of the Buffalo News. “The NFL does a great job of putting these resources around you where you don’t need a firearm. Having a gun is not going to help you when that moment comes if you’re not trained on how to use that gun.”

Johnson owned several guns before the Bears drafted him, and he now says he wishes he hadn’t brought them to Chicago with him.

“I’m just here to talk to you guys about firearms, guns, gats, straps, all that stuff that we keep seeing pop up in the media all the time with our young athletes,” Johnson told the rookies. “The main thing that caused me those troubles, coming from Phoenix and moving to Chicago, was bringing a car full of my guns, thinking it was going to be sweet like it was in Phoenix, where you can buy an AK-47 at Circle K.”

Some NFL players think that being high-profile people with a lot of money means they need guns for protection. Johnson is there to tell the rookies that guns are a lot more likely to get them into trouble than to keep them out of trouble.

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  1. mrbigass says: Jun 24, 2013 6:20 PM

    Just ask Plaxico how many millions he lost and time spent in the bighouse all because he thought he needed to carry……

  2. skolvikings12 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:20 PM

    There’s nothing wrong with owning a gun, just don’t be an idiot with it.

  3. vikings28 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:21 PM

    great point, but I don’t think these young money making players are going to take the advice.

  4. arrogantnation says: Jun 24, 2013 6:22 PM

    Having players like Tank and Pacman come in to speak to the rookies is smart.

  5. charism4 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:24 PM

    A lot of NFL players are carrying and using it to protect themselves properly when they are attacked. You read about it all the time. Said no one ever.

  6. sportsmeccabi says: Jun 24, 2013 6:25 PM

    Cue Pro-gun right rhetoric.

  7. hrmlss says: Jun 24, 2013 6:26 PM

    What Circle K did he go to? “I’ll have a Slurpee, some beef jerky, Oh and throw in a Kalashnikov since i’m here.”

  8. azarkhan says: Jun 24, 2013 6:26 PM

    If there wasn’t so much crime in Chicago, nobody who lives there would need a gun. But until the criminals stop committing crimes….

  9. bennyb82 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:27 PM

    The thing with guns is that you can have someone break into your house, then shoot them…and still get sued because you shot them.

  10. natefalkirk says: Jun 24, 2013 6:28 PM

    Good advice for the young crowd. Hopefully most will listen. Of course, a few won’t and will make the same mistakes.

    Agree that bringing guys like him in to speak is smart….the new guys may be more apt to listen to them than the Commish or NLFPA head.

    Smart people still make mistakes. They’re just smart enough not to make the same ones others already did.

  11. bluebagz says: Jun 24, 2013 6:30 PM

    mrbigass says: Jun 24, 2013 6:20 PM

    Just ask Plaxico how many millions he lost and time spent in the bighouse all because he thought he needed to carry……
    ============================

    Every time I think about that year I get sick to my stomach. We had as good a chance to repeat as any defending Superbowl Champ that year. We were rolling and then…………….

  12. ecupatsfan12 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:31 PM

    I agree- Aaron Hernandez

  13. tangledupinblue12 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:34 PM

    It would have been best if he said, “You don’t need a gun, guys, you need a …..TANNKK raaahhhhhh!” and then, suddenly, everyone realized in the same moment that a Transformer had been playing in the NFL for years.

  14. floratiotime says: Jun 24, 2013 6:36 PM

    Hard to believe that a mammoth professional football player in top physical condition is so scared that he needs to get a gun.

  15. larryboodry says: Jun 24, 2013 6:37 PM

    I’ll bet nobody robs the Circle K’s in Phoenix.

  16. larryboodry says: Jun 24, 2013 6:40 PM

    And I’ll bet the rookies on the Cardinals squad will tread carefully when shopping for gas, too.

  17. firstclasspack says: Jun 24, 2013 6:40 PM

    If you’re going to a club at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning that you think you need a gun to protect yourself……chances are you’re not listening to any advice anyone is giving you.

  18. iceburgskin202 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:41 PM

    I understand what he means I live in DC but went to college in Mississippi and its a totally different culture in the “country” than in urban areas. My uncles next door neighbor used to shoot every Saturday hell he taught me how to shoot and we were on his property. All things said it takes a level of maturity that some of these young kids don’t have. They have to adjust to having a surplus of money and with that brings attention they don’t wanna ask for help so they buy guns to “protect” themselves. If they want to own guns go through the proper a avenues get the proper training. And leave them home if you’re going out at night drinking. Guns and alcohol never have mixed.

  19. thesteelers says: Jun 24, 2013 6:43 PM

    The only classy rookies are the ones wearing black and yellow.

  20. charliedamon says: Jun 24, 2013 6:44 PM

    He’s right. You don’t need a gun…you need two, three, four, five guns…ah-ah-ah-ah..five!..five guns!

  21. thirtyrackdash says: Jun 24, 2013 6:45 PM

    Before anyone mentions Sean Taylor, let me say this.

    Sean Taylor was shot and killed in his home by a would be burglar when he pulled out a machete. It’s impossible to say how everything would have gone down had Sean Taylor had a gun but the murderer stated that he did not want to hurt anyone and that he was scared when Taylor pulled out the knife so he shot him in the leg which proved to be fatal.

    There are a million ways this could have played out regardless of whether Taylor had a gun or not. If he had a gun maybe he could have stopped it but there’s also the chance that other people could have been hurt as well as a result of a firefight. Had Sean Taylor not pulled out a weapon at all then maybe no one would have gotten hurt and it would have just been a loss of material possessions. What Tank is saying is that, with all of the protection offered by the league, the odds of something bad happening from having a gun are higher than not having one at all. Keep yourself away from guns or situations where you are going to get into confrontations with potentially dangerous people.

  22. ephillips122 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:45 PM

    It doesn’t matter how big you are, a guns still going to take you down. People get jealous, disrespected and they will just start shooting. It’s scary.

  23. thehatefulnerd says: Jun 24, 2013 6:47 PM

    Tell that to Sean Taylor.

  24. cardmagnet says: Jun 24, 2013 6:49 PM

    Sean Taylor told NFL rookies…wait, he is not around to tell them anything because he did not have a gun.

  25. asthebeaver says: Jun 24, 2013 6:50 PM

    NFL players do not need a gun? False. NFL security will not shoot someone in the face for you.

  26. azarkhan says: Jun 24, 2013 6:54 PM

    floratiotime says: Hard to believe that a mammoth professional football player in top physical condition is so scared that he needs to get a gun.

    Hard to believe someone could write such a silly comment. Mike Adams was stabbed in the stomach Jun 1 in Pittsburgh. He’s 6’7″ and weighs 323 pounds.

  27. rasalghoul says: Jun 24, 2013 6:54 PM

    Isn’t this kind of like Jesse Jackson “counseling” Clinton on infidelity while Jesse was knocking boots with his assistant?
    I see where they are going with this stuff but it’s hard to give morons like Tank and Pacman a pat on the back after all their mistakes.

  28. bobby2478 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:57 PM

    He is spot on about how guns are not going to help you if you aren’t trained on how to properly use and care for it, and you don’t regularly go to the range and actually use it.

    Just having a gun won’t help you, and in fact will likely put you in greater danger, if you don’t know how to use it safely and properly. If you suddenly are in a crisis and panic and don’t know what to do, then the gun is useless and can be used against you.

    If on the other hand you train with it regularly and know how to safely handle it, then if you ever had to use it you would know what to do and wouldn’t panic/freeze up.

    If they are buying them as a fashion statement and don’t plan on regularly training/practicing how to use them properly, then they are better off without a gun. A gun can be an asset if they take it seriously and train/practice, which most of them don’t do unfortunately.

  29. crimepedrankings says: Jun 24, 2013 6:57 PM

    If you want to improve your team’s crime rankings, a gun or two doesn’t hurt.

  30. bengals69 says: Jun 24, 2013 6:59 PM

    Tank is speaking the truth. These guys aren’t on the mean streets anymore, they will be living in nice safe communities that lack the gangsta, criminal element many of them grew up amongst. They might still be in Oakland, Detroit, Jacksonville, St. Louis, etc but they won’t be living in the hood. So leave your pieces behind.

  31. tb12eatitbitches says: Jun 24, 2013 7:00 PM

    Maybe they should have Hernandez speak at theses meetings. He knows a little bit about gun play, allegedly.

  32. thestrategyexpert says: Jun 24, 2013 7:01 PM

    Well if you want to start playing the odds and call it a strategy game then sure you can do a lot of different things off and on the field to put yourself in a better position. Who wants to win in life and in football the most? Hedge your bets for the best strategy to get it done. Stop making excuses for ignorance or lack of results and become a success.

  33. prmpft says: Jun 24, 2013 7:13 PM

    and I am telling them ‘Yes you do”.. You just do not need to carry it without a permit – the rules are simple – just follow them.

  34. adoombray says: Jun 24, 2013 7:17 PM

    Crime rates:

    1-Detroit, MI
    2-Washington, DC
    3-Baltimore, MD
    4-Memphis, TN
    5-Dallas, TX
    6-Philadelphia, PA
    7-Columbus, OH
    8-Nashville, TN
    9-Houston, TX
    10-Phoenix, AZ

    Chicago is not even in the top 25.

    It’s a well publicized and politicized fallacy that guns make us safer, but, trying to explain that to the ~20% of people who actually bother to vote is an ongoing migraine inducer. I hate the way ignorant statements like Tank’s makes us Phoenix residents look. I work in a small business and we don’t even tell people we are based in Arizona because of these ridiculous stereotypes.

  35. bengals69 says: Jun 24, 2013 7:20 PM

    The problem is many of the NFL players bring a ‘hood mentality into a rich man’s world and they won’t be living there long enough for that rich man’s ways to take hold. They bring a Glock to their new neighborhood and they still think they can go ‘hooding with the boys and girls on Friday night. So they take their piece whether they have a CCW or not.
    That is why they get in trouble. Mixing the ‘hood with the rich man’s neighborhood. Leave the ‘hood out of it and gun or no gun they will be fine.

  36. billbrasky72 says: Jun 24, 2013 7:25 PM

    He should tell the rookies not to own a car. Cars kill people….ask Donte Stallworth and Josh Brent. I think we should limit car gasoline capacity to 10 gallons (7 gallons in NY and CA because they obviously can’t handle 10 gallons like the rest of the nation). This way motorists have to reload…er….refill their cars more often and this will (somehow) limit the amount of people cars can kill. Also, we should ban cars that look black and scary. Cars that have wood on the outside (like an ’80’s Dodge Caravan) are OK because they don’t scare me. Just make sure that it complies with the aforementioned fuel capacity limits.

  37. mackcarrington says: Jun 24, 2013 7:25 PM

    azarkhan says:
    Jun 24, 2013 6:54 PM

    floratiotime says: Hard to believe that a mammoth professional football player in top physical condition is so scared that he needs to get a gun.

    Hard to believe someone could write such a silly comment. Mike Adams was stabbed in the stomach Jun 1 in Pittsburgh. He’s 6’7″ and weighs 323 pounds.
    ===========================
    These comments make me think about heavyweight fighters walking around with bodyguards. I can recall in the late 1970’s when Leon Spinks had Mr T as his bodyguard. Before he was Mr. T of course. I remember thinking ” Why in the world would Leon Spinks need a bodyguard?”

  38. wozzmann1955 says: Jun 24, 2013 7:26 PM

    As much as Packer fans hate Favre now I bet he is not carrying a gun,,now there’s a man!!!

  39. bengals69 says: Jun 24, 2013 7:27 PM

    It’s well publicized and 100% wrong that the presence of guns causes violent crime. Gun ownership has soared over the last 30 years and today, 2013, violent crime is at a 30 year low. The FBI has the data to back it up. So Tank should be citing this fact to the rookies. Enough people already have guns to keep the crime rate down, they don’t need to worry about that.

  40. zaggs says: Jun 24, 2013 7:30 PM

    “mrbigass says:
    Jun 24, 2013 6:20 PM
    Just ask Plaxico how many millions he lost and time spent in the bighouse all because he thought he needed to carry……”

    Or you could ask his then teammate Steve Smith how it felt to be robbed at gunpoint….at his home…. just days earlier

  41. rawpowwa says: Jun 24, 2013 7:30 PM

    He didn’t say anything about guns not making you look and feel cooler, which is the more likely reason NFL players buy them. Otherwise, they would only have one, not twenty.

    Then again, everyone knows owning twenty guns makes you feel pretty cool.

  42. mrbigass says: Jun 24, 2013 7:40 PM

    @adoombray

    Your list is way off. This is a more realistic list based violent crime, murder rates, income and unemployement rates.

    1. Flint, Michigan
    2. Detroit
    3. St. Louis, Mo
    4. New Haven, Ct
    5. Memphis, Tenn.
    6. Oakland, Ca.
    7. Little Rock, Ak
    8. Baltimore, Md
    9. Rockford, Ill
    10. Stockton, Ca

    Chicago is still not on the list…..

  43. noodlecbs says: Jun 24, 2013 7:44 PM

    Tank must be a Leftist, do as I say not as I do. I’m shocked.

  44. juliusanonymous says: Jun 24, 2013 7:47 PM

    Great advice.

    Massad Ayoob, one of the world’s most respected firearms self-defense instructors, started every course by telling trainees NOT to buy a firearm for self defense. You’re much better off with a good dog.

    A dog can never be used against you. A trained dog will never result in manslaughter charges against you. A trained dog doesn’t freeze or panic. A trained dog does not travel through walls, injuring or killing innocent people in its path.

    Any person who buys a gun and plans to use it in self defense is the last person who should be owning a gun. Tank touched on one of those points when he talks about proper training. Massad Ayoob talks about those points when he reminds trainees that even police officers struggle to maintain good judgement and proper training when it comes to using a firearm during a crisis. 99.99999% of the time, a firearm will only escalate a bad situation, putting a potential victim into the role of criminal defendant.

  45. harrisonhits2 says: Jun 24, 2013 7:50 PM

    Ultimately whether they have a gun or not, NFL players need to be smart about the way they socialize.

    Want to drink heavily ? Make sure you have a limo, town car or the free ride the team arranges.

    Want to go out at 2 am Friday morning to an all night club in a dangerous neighborhood ? Sorry, don’t go there you’re asking for trouble in a big way. Find something else to do to get you through the night.

    The problem is the entitlement these guys feel and that they can get away with going anywhere or doing anything. But they’re not invincible and a high percentage are just not all that smart.

  46. hawkstradamus says: Jun 24, 2013 7:50 PM

    Bust out a ouija board and tell it to the ghost of Sean Taylor.

  47. metalhead65 says: Jun 24, 2013 8:02 PM

    guess what if Sean Taylor would have had a gun instead of a knife he would have had a better chance at still being alive. if the scum that killed was scared of his machete imagine how scared he would have been had he been facing a gun. the problem is not owning a gun but not knowing how to use it. having them and being stupid about it like tank williams and otthers is 2 different things. it’s called responsible ownership and the vast majority of gun owners are.

  48. TheWizard says: Jun 24, 2013 8:16 PM

    Cue Pro-gun right rhetoric

    I’ll play!

    The problem doesn’t lie with the guns, it’s with idiots.

    Of course, these guys have all attended at least 3 years of college, right?

    Oh, right, that’s a farce. Then expect them to suddenly find integrity once they turn pro.

    Can’t imagine why that system doesn’t work……

  49. matto8929 says: Jun 24, 2013 8:19 PM

    Steelers OL Mike Adams could’ve used a gun a few weeks ago when he came slightly shy of being stabbed to death by a car jacker.

  50. defscottyb says: Jun 24, 2013 8:19 PM

    When you are born and raised “hood” it’s hard to break away from that life and mentality (white, black, hispanic whatever)… and getting super rich from the nfl or sports won’t change that mentality if the player doesn’t make a conscious effort to willingly change and leave the past alone. Gotta have that mentality “ok, I really have a huge opportunity to make something really good out of my life so I better walk the straight and narrow”. Take cabs or limos, cut off all the homeboys and hanger-on’s and let security and police handle the gunplay. Oh yeah, don’t feel the need to be obligated to take care of aunties, uncles, homeboys and your old crew… you don’t owe them a life. Don’t go along with the “hey Joey just got drafted and we just won the lottery along with him”…. ummmm, No. Yeah, take care of Mom, Dad, Grandma and blood brothers and sisters if you some if you can (not on rookie minimum though, wait until u get a decent contract)… but not EVERYBODY.

  51. charism4 says: Jun 24, 2013 8:24 PM

    Sean Taylor would also say keep strangers out of your house.

  52. romeisburningtfb says: Jun 24, 2013 8:29 PM

    Oh ok. I would listen to the criminal. I am sure if you call Goodells cell phone when your house is being broken into he will have NFL security there just in time. Owning a gun and protecting yourself and your family is a constitutional right. It’s not this goons place to tell rookies what they “need” or don’t need. The point is being missed here. Don’t break the law. Don’t have illegal guns. It’s simple.

  53. dontasemebro says: Jun 24, 2013 8:33 PM

    Gun education…It’s a hell of a thing!

  54. kuranda84 says: Jun 24, 2013 8:55 PM

    Tell that to anyone who has ever had their home broken into there Tank.

  55. billbrasky72 says: Jun 24, 2013 8:58 PM

    Hmmm. Guys like Jared Allen and Brett Favre have all kinds of guns, but for some reason, their guns don’t shoot people. Now why is that?

  56. chi01town says: Jun 24, 2013 9:08 PM

    My self I dont like guns, cowards hide behind them. that said I also think Arizona has the right laws. because if everybody has a gun atleast everybody thinks twice

  57. bigtimebrownie says: Jun 24, 2013 9:11 PM

    Honestly, I don’t think the guy’s making any kind of statement about gun rights…he’s telling these kids not to carry one around because they have no need, they don’t understand it and it is just going to get them in trouble. I’m all for gun rights…for the educated

  58. goldrush36 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:48 PM

    Been to two of Massad Ayoob’s classes… funny thing is I don’t remember the “don’t buy a gun” speech. Another FOS lefty making stuff up to prove a point

  59. taintedsaints2009 says: Jun 24, 2013 9:58 PM

    You do need a functioning brain to use a gun, which tank Johnson has proven time and tme again to lack

  60. abninf says: Jun 24, 2013 10:16 PM

    floratiotime says:

    Hard to believe that a mammoth professional football player in top physical condition is so scared that he needs to get a gun.
    ====================================

    Blocking and tackling don’t equate to self defense techniques. I know some 150 pound Airborne Rangers who could put his lights out.

  61. flaccounibrow says: Jun 24, 2013 10:54 PM

    billbrasky72 says:Jun 24, 2013 7:25 PM

    He should tell the rookies not to own a car. Cars kill people….ask Donte Stallworth and Josh Brent. I think we should limit car gasoline capacity to 10 gallons (7 gallons in NY and CA because they obviously can’t handle 10 gallons like the rest of the nation). This way motorists have to reload…er….refill their cars more often and this will (somehow) limit the amount of people cars can kill. Also, we should ban cars that look black and scary. Cars that have wood on the outside (like an ’80′s Dodge Caravan) are OK because they don’t scare me. Just make sure that it complies with the aforementioned fuel capacity limits.
    ______________________________

    This is why I hate pro gun idiots. This analogy is so flawed that it’s not even funny. Cars are used for transportation. Guns are used for shooting (and often) killing things. This is a joke of an argument and you know it. Go take a class in critical thinking or argumentitive logic. Now shut it!

  62. toonloonboon says: Jun 24, 2013 10:58 PM

    tank Johnson:
    you don’t need a gun. you need 25 guns like me.

  63. billsboy88 says: Jun 24, 2013 11:27 PM

    Guns don’t keep your house from getting robbed by other people with guns. It may actually increase your chances of your home getting robbed. Definitely increases your chances of a gun-related accident.

  64. madesian says: Jun 24, 2013 11:54 PM

    I am all for exercising your right to bear arms. I legally carry a firearm every day. But I definitely agree that some people shouldn’t carry one, especially if you’re not properly trained and don’t have a healthy respect for it.

  65. 49erbillk2013 says: Jun 25, 2013 12:12 AM

    How about we all agree that some people can have guns, and some can’t. NFL players shouldn’t…could you marine if an NFL player shot someone claiming self defense? They would just change the name on the bank account to the victim faster than the bullet traveled. Ray Lewis had it right, have someone else carry it for you

  66. nathanbetz91 says: Jun 25, 2013 12:24 AM

    There is not enough security! What abut that steelers player who was stabbed by the practice field? What about the Javon Belcher indecent in kc last year? What was to stop him from turning the gun on people? People are stupid if you feel you need a gun for the purpose of self defense, then get one, but don’t beretarded like tank and buy your guns illegally!!

  67. blackngold4life says: Jun 25, 2013 12:33 AM

    Plenty of players carry Heat and you never hear about it..especially in states where it legal to CCW.. Carry Concealed Weapon with a permit. Pro Athletes are targets ( Ramon Foster ) lately and I bet his 1st thought in hindsight was “I wish I could have protected myself” As we say in the Hood. “Rather be judged by 12, then be carried by six” “Rather be caught with one then get killd without one” But the best thing for them to do is make better decisions about their surroundings..and company they keep

  68. ibreathefootball says: Jun 25, 2013 12:44 AM

    Finally, someone on my page of not liking guns. These things kill, and that’s it.

  69. whatswrongwithmyname says: Jun 25, 2013 1:20 AM

    If you know what you’re doing, then by all means, own a gun.

    I would guess that about 15-20% of all handgun owners TRULY know what they’re doing.

    To me, THAT is the scary part. Not the fear of being robbed or attacked.

  70. msclemons67 says: Jun 25, 2013 1:31 AM

    This thread calls for some classic Billy Idol – Don’t Need a Gun

  71. hsteacher says: Jun 25, 2013 1:54 AM

    I believe his comment was that the rookies don’t need guns for protection. All they need to do is call Aaron Hernandez.

  72. joepescisballs says: Jun 25, 2013 1:57 AM

    Tank Johnson: “Rookies, you don’t need a gun…you need a TANK!”

  73. bigoldred says: Jun 25, 2013 4:07 AM

    wozzmann1955 says:
    Jun 24, 2013 7:26 PM
    As much as Packer fans hate Favre now I bet he is not carrying a gun,,now there’s a man!!!

    Didn’t Brett get into trouble for showing his “weapon”?

  74. greenmeattruck says: Jun 25, 2013 6:27 AM

    Which idiot is next to talk to these kids? First, Pac Man, now him, are they gonna bring in Mo Clarette or maybe LT?
    There’s a long list of NFL players who had success because they did it the right way.
    How about bringing in some of the guys that usually got it right?

  75. jikkle49 says: Jun 25, 2013 6:33 AM

    Have a gun but get trained and educated on it and leave it locked up at home.

    Do not take it with you to an airport

    Do not put it in your car

    Do not put it in your jacket or pants

    If you’re going to a place you would feel the need to bring a gun than you are going to a place you shouldn’t be at.

  76. JC says: Jun 25, 2013 7:39 AM

    Fact: a gun has never killed anyone. The person pulling the trigger has. If you are going to own a gun, you have the right to do so. You also have the responsibility to become trained in proper gun care, storage and safety. If you can’t do those things, you shouldn’t be able to own one. Of course, Dante Stallworth didn’t need a gun to kill someone and no one is on here blabbing about not needing fast cars.

  77. ravenschick says: Jun 25, 2013 12:02 PM

    bigoldred says:
    Jun 25, 2013 4:07 AM

    Didn’t Brett get into trouble for showing his “weapon”?

    **************************************

    That wasn’t a weapon. It was a small air “soft” gun.

  78. iowahbr says: Jun 25, 2013 2:15 PM

    Guns and an NFL career definitely do not mix well. Just what are these 6’5″ 290 lb. guys afraid of? Don’t carry much cash and put the cancel credit phone number on a card next to your driver’s lic.

  79. i10east says: Jun 25, 2013 3:05 PM

    While I can definitely appreciate Tanks effort, in the combat zone known as Chiraq, that positive message falls on death ears. #ChiefKeef

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