Originally Posted by perks
There aren't enough "bruh" gifs on the internet to effectively portray my feelings toward this fool.
If he's an NT'er, I hope he speaks up so he can get the flaming he truly deserves.
He's absolutely right. When Jordan was drafted 3rd overall by the Rens in 1923, they were the first all-black professional basketball team ever established. Basketball gurus and human rights activists, Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight from Lonerock, Oregon(set population of 22) sought to build a brand based on their political philosophies as well as instill the Princeton and Triangle offense into a league they viewed as stale and in desperate need of ball movement. The Nike Air Ship, designed by Huey P. Newton(a founder of the Black Panther Party in Oakland) became the first blueprint for which would later be revamped and become the Nike Air Jordan 1. David Stern (aka the Grand Purple Imperial Wizard of the KKK's Southwest Division) took concern towards what Nike and it's black revolutionary counterparts were birthing. He later became infuriated when Nike succeeded in the recruitment of a young Michael Jordan who debuted his first signature shoe in a color way known as "B.R.E.D."(Black Rebels Establishing Democracy) and banned him from wearing them during NBA sanctioned games. Luckily, with the joint efforts of his comrades Frederick Douglas, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr and an anointed Black Knight by the name of Sir Charles Barkley, Jordan was able to force his pair of revolutionary nut sacks in the shallow throat of Stern in the form of sneakers that symbolically equates to the gravity of Jesus on the cross or the Happy Buddha or the crescent and star or Tupac Shakur spitting at cameras on the way out of a courtroom from beating rape allegations. Jordan and his team of activists later became known as the "Fab 5", accurately depicted in film by Jason Hehir in 2011.
I'm glad the future of our generation are aware of this story and know that Wu-Tang is for the children.