Originally Posted by a blinkin
Say what you want, but Joe was
playing word games. How is "I don't know, you'd have to ask her" a valid response to being asked if someone is lying on you
Joe isn't some genius wordsmith he just evades the truth with excessive language and questions. Tax had a valid point. Case in point, Joe said explicitly on the breakfast club that he didn't sit on Esther's stomach when she was pregnant, he "sat under Esther's breasts"
. Under her breasts is essentially her goddamn stomach bruh, there's not enough space between the bottom of her breasts and her stomach for a grown man to sit in between. But he plays these semantic wordgames to avoid being forthright and saying what it really is, because the honest truth might make him look bad. I work in the law field and that's what these people do all day, he's just twisting words and language, it's not that genius.
Also funny enough, when Tax asked him if there was a physical altercation he said nah, which is an outright lie. Grabbing a girl who's throwing **** at you and sitting on her chest constitutes a physical altercation. So not only does he play semantic word games but in this instance he outright lied.
And that's not hating on Joe, I listen to his podcasts and don't dislike the guy, he's entertaining, and I know Tax is a hater and tries to get dudes riled up (i.e. bringing up Joe getting snuffed by Wu-Tang for no reason besides to clown Joe), but Joe is absolutely a bull****ter.
@ Tax coming back to the mic at the end. Makes me wonder how much of him being pissed off was real or not too