It’s a cultural thing, I think,” Jamie said. “Most brothers didn’t know that, you know. I used to see dogs fighting in the neighborhood all the time. I didn’t know that was Fed time. So, Mike probably just didn’t read his handbook on what not to do as a black star. I know that cruelty to animals is bad, but sometimes people shoot people and kill people and don’t get time,” Jamie continued. “I think in this situation, he really didn’t know the extent of it, so I always give him the benefit of the doubt.”
I like Jamie Foxx’s movies, but just because you’re a celebrity doesn’t mean you’re the voice of America. From now on, Jaime, think about what you’re going to say before you flap those lips with another raunchy belch.
Oh, back to topic … I wanted to point out a Google Video I found that you should watch. Produced by the BBC, it documents the world of dogfighting (no Maverick, not that kind).
Investigation into the secret and dangerous world of international dogfighting. For a year and a half, a BBC undercover team operated alongside dogfighting gangs in the UK and Europe, capturing on camera the savagery of organised fights. The film also reveals how American pitbull terriers – a banned breed created to be the ultimate canine gladiator – have been sold by the gangs into inner city Britain.
This is proof why Michael Vick should never again be allow to play another professional sport again … regardless of what the dweebs on FOX Sports say.