Look, I don't want to put Russell Wilson's "swag" in a box, but if I were to do so prior to seeing this picture then that box would look like a suitcase that belonged to a middle-aged white father who was taking his family on vacation to Disney Land. That's why I'm stuck trying to figure out which of these scenarios is more likely, because one of them has to be the driving force of a picture that look like it was taken straight from the cover of 'King Magazine' in 2002....
Either Russell Wilson dug deep, found the self awareness that he's been spent his entire career camouflaging with one nauseatingly useless cliche at a time, and is using it to troll the ridiculous storyline that he's not black enough for the Seahawks locker room, or....
Someone spiked his concussion water, and he's stuck in the some inverse, black-washed plot line of 'Get Out' in which his inherent lameness and lack of style was surgically replaced by a 'FUBU' catalog.
Whatever the case may be, this picture made me question whether or not black culture can somehow be appropriated by a black person...when the culture that is potentially being appropriated passed away with the professional career of Allen Iverson. Like, in the weirdest of ways I think this is either causal, black-on-black racism, or a hell of a joke being played by the person who probably made sure to re-read the entirety of the Bible to make sure it doesn't condemn du-rags.
I think I'm leaning toward it being the latter, because he'd have to have a sense of humor to sport perhaps the only black-on-black, commemorative Super Bowl jersey ever worn by a person with self respect...right? RIGHT!?!