Skip to comments.Miami Dolphins may add Black Eyed Peas' singer Fergie as limited partner
Posted on 10/14/2009 7:31:14 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
Thought the Dolphins were done adding celebrities to their ownership group?
Apparently not yet.
The Dolphins are working on a deal to bring Fergie on as a limited partner, and NFL owners during their meeting in Boston on Tuesday approved the Black Eyed Peas' singer as a potential owner.
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Who wants to root for a bunch of guys with ‘Flipper’ on their helmet?
I met a girl down at the disco.
She said hey, hey, hey yea lets go.
I could be your baby, you can be my honey
Lets spend time not money.
I mix your milk wit my cocoa puff,
Milky, milky cocoa,
Mix your milk with my cocoa puff, milky, milky riiiiiiight.
They say Im really sexy,
The boys they wanna sex me.
They always standing next to me,
Always dancing next to me,
Tryin a feel my hump, hump.
Lookin at my lump, lump.
U can look but you cant touch it,
If you touch it I'ma start some drama,
You dont want no drama,
No, no drama, no, no, no, no drama
So dont pull on my hand boy,
You aint my man, boy,
Im just tryna dance boy,
And move my hump.
I think she should be prohibited from ownership. After all everyone knows that black eyed peas is just like saying watermellon or fried chicken, racists to the core!
How are they gonna fit all those hollywood egos in the owner’s suite
I think we should all protest, this is outrageous. lol.
The one guy from Black eyed Peas punched a gay man (Perez Hilton.) That’s guild by association. The NFL should look into this.
So you can record a song entitled “Let’s Get Retarded” and get cleared as an NFL investor, but you can’t be mean to Donovan McNabb and the sports hacks?
I got a virus warning on that page
Funny you say that, but have all these singers and entertainers been “vetted” by the NFL to ensure they don’t have any divisive statements or songs? Uh, NOPE!
I like Serena Williams, but I think her tirade at the US Open should have excluded her from ownership in the NFL - I mean she threatened PHYSICAL VIOLENCE to an official, but the NFL thinks this is okay. Threats to officials! Vulgar OFFENSIVE language! For her, no problem!
But Rush, who didn’t even say the quote, is not ownership-worthy because some people may be offended. HUH?!?!?!
They’re selling off pieces of the Dolphins like Bugsy sold the Flamingo.
Watch the classy skank shake her crab infested ass at children on NBC Morning show:
So just to understand how this works at the NFL.
Hit & run drivers ok, Drunk drivers ok, Murders ok, Guy’s that beat up their women ok, Guy’s with drug problems ok,
A team owner being lead around on a leash by 2 well known race bating, shakedown artist ok,
Conservative radio talk host being smeared and lied about for daring to invest in the above group. Bad
What a Country this placed has turned into
I’ll bet it’s not because of her keen business acumen.
Begging your pardon, sahib. No self-respecting crab would go near her.
Her crabs have crabs
A lot of skanks own the Miami Dolphins: Jennifer Lopez and her skeletor husband, Marc Anthony; Venus and Serena Williams; Gloria Estefan and now maybe Fergie. The owner is also courting Jimmy Buffet to be one of his partners.
I don’t listen to their music. But I know that they know absolutely nothing about football.
I had to hold in my laugh, well, for more than one reason. He could have subbed Obama voter for that and have been oh, a tad more accurate.
“So just to understand how this works at the NFL.
Hit & run drivers ok, Drunk drivers ok, Murders ok, Guys that beat up their women ok, Guys with drug problems ok,
A team owner being lead around on a leash by 2 well known race bating, shakedown artist ok,”
You forgot about skanks that are probably carrying organisms unknown to science being OK with the NFL, too/s
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