MooD:....... Driving with a suspended license! Street Cred= 100,000 Trillion. My bad Y'all.. Dumb Ass SiZ
Remember when the Baltimore Ravens were an intimidating team? When you knew you would be in for 60 minutes of knock 'em down, drag 'em out football whenever they were on your schedule? Well times have changed, and there's no bigger sign of it then Terrell Suggs boasting about driving with a suspended license on social media. Ray Lewis is somewhere giving a motivational speech about morals, religion, and always doing the right thing, but when he's done he's going to be pissed to find out that Terrell Suggs is taking pride in a misdemeanor. There's nothing "thug" about committing a victimless crime and getting caught while doing it. You want an example of "thug life"? Thug life is about being a known accessory to a murder. Get away with disposing of a body while wearing a white suit and then you can start Instagramming your infractions Terrell.
Of course Terrell Suggs has 'no ragrets'. I am pretty sure you can get busted driving with a suspended license like ten times before you face any real disciplinary action. You can probably double that number if you are a well known professional athlete. It doesn't take any balls to hop behind the wheel of car when you're not legally obliged. There are 14 year old white kids in the suburbs taking their mother's Beemer for a spin around the neighborhood without thinking twice. You don't get street cred for that. You get street cred when people collectively agree that you were part of a homicide, but still acknowledge your accomplishments. You have street cred when people give you a job talking out of your ass on national television even thought 95% of what you say is blatantly hypocritical. You know you have street cred when people just accept that you are a terrible human being and still celebrate you as a person. If anything Terrell Suggs just lost street cred, because bragging about getting pulled over for a suspended license is like one step above bragging about your jay walking ticket. All that time in the same locker room as Ray Lewis and he didn't learn the most important lesson - if you are going to be a known criminal then at least make sure that crime is felony.