Friday, February 07, 2020

Tyreek Hill Smacked Down For A Change

Winning the big game doesn't change everything . . . The fastest man in the world offers a stern rebuke directed toward this Kansas City star. Checkit:

Usain Bolt says Chiefs' WR Tyreek Hill has 'no chance' of becoming Olympic sprinter

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Just before the Super Bowl Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill said he thinks he's fast enough to be an Olympic sprinter, and that he's actually considering making a run at it. But a real gold medalist thinks the Cheetah doesn't have a shot at making it.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...


Well it sounds to me like the cheetah has had some meth before his stupid statement. Maybe he could sprint off of the new three light building...or is it four light....maybe five light. Whatever but it was sure nice of the red foreskins to appreciate their fans. maybe the fans at the Olympics wouldn't mind his drunken rudeness and stupidity. So right back at ya nigga.

Anonymous said...

^^^and yet he’s younger, richer, and able to beat your ass blindfolded. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^ And also your ass. What a stupid ass comparison from a stupid ass. Tyreek is going to live up to the Nation Felon League standards. Just wait.

Anonymous said...

When he slows down, the Chiefs will drop him; much like they did with Marcus Peters.

Anonymous said...

10:00 must live in Moms basement, he is on here all day everyday. Thats weird!


Anonymous said...

^^^and how would you know that if YOU weren’t on here all day? You played yourself idiot. Now get down there in the basement with him.

Anonymous said...

11:55 and 10:00 same idiot. Same thing all day everyday.

Anonymous said...

Oh hey Chimpy! Back so soon after your skull got crushed? Lol

Anonymous said...

Hey Chimpy! Any other firsthand accounts of the parade you'd like to share?

Ouch! Lol

Springheel said...

All the rackin between two hatesters misses the truth of what Bolt is saying. Not disrespectful on Bolts part but just a lack of introspection on from T. Hill as to the next level of dedication it takes to commit to being one of the fastest 10 men in the US, let alone a medalist. We are talking a difference of less than 1/10 of a second between a champ and good NCAA sprinter. Bolt would be highly coveted by any NFL team and probably make it as a bit of a project or decoy, but Hills skill goes beyond (way beyond) just the quicks.