[NFL] Detroit Lions Center, Dominic Raiola, In Hot Water For Calling The Wisconsin Band “Fags” And “Fat Fucks”

Green Bay – Detroit Lions center Dominic Raiola set us back a few years today before and after the Lions began their game against the Green Bay Packers… The Wisconsin Band… typically performs for at least one Packers home game during the season… According to a Wisconsin tuba player, Raiola and his teammates were engaged in their pregame warm-ups on the field near the goal line when he turned around and called him and the other tubas “Fat motherfuckers” and told them that “they sucked.” According to that tuba player no one in the band had done anything to provoke him… As the band was preparing to play the National Anthem another band member [said] Raiola was yelling at him, saying such things such as “Hey fat guy, you want a hot dog?” …A third band member [said] Raiola was calling a band member near him a “fat fuck” prior to their pregame performance as well… One band member reported hearing a female member of the band say “Hey number 51,” referring to Raiola, which multiple band members told me he responded to by calling her “the c-word” as they were walking back to their seats… According to this band member Raiola made comments regarding his sexuality, as well as other insults involving his sister and recently deceased mother… one such insult was “[Raiola] was going to take his trumpet and shove it up his sister’s pussy” in addition to Raiola “repeatedly calling him a fag.”

 

Umm, last time I checked, when you’re 300 pounds and a center in the NFL, you’re typically considered to be a fat fuck yourself. To think that this D-bag asked a tuba player if he “wanted a hot dog” after he probably just got done eating 24-pack of Ball Park’s himself, kinda makes me mad. And I’m not even gonna go there on the whole trumpet inserted in the sister’s vagina thing…That’s actually pretty funny.

 

Posted on October 8, 2013, in NFL. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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