I got to be honest, I am already tried of blogging about this idiot and his continually increasing number of Twitter handles. You can only discuss the actions of a moron for so long before they begin to affect how quickly your brain cells fire as well. Alas, stupidity is nearly always blog-worthy and thus it's a cross I have to bear.
Well, looks like Will Smith went with the more confrontational approach than Keenan Lewis and Kenny Vaccaro did. Makes quite a bit of sense since Smith, now retired, can no longer do his talking on the field. Plus, I would think it's tough to remain quiet when an old teammate, that didn't accomplish nearly as much as you, makes outrageous claims about an incident that resulted in no injuries and dropped charges. I think Galette actually owes Will Smith a 'thank you' for having enough belief in him to think that it was actually someone else other than Junior on the other end of those tweets. That's some good old fashioned, irrational benefit of the doubt that only an ex-teammate could provide. He also owes him a thank you for blaming Junior's release partially on the lack of intelligence of the females that he associates with. Make no mistake, it's no dumb bitches fault that Galette is unemployed. That's all on him. Junior Galette could start hanging out with the ghost of Mother Teresa and he would still find time in the day to jeopardize his career. He could strictly use Tinder on the campuses of Ivy League institutions and he would still find a way to dumb down the conversation.
The "doing dumb shit" part, however, is spot on. To put it VERY lightly, "doing dumb shit" is pretty much exactly the reason Galette was cut. I don't know how else you can describe a self shot video criticizing the man that is responsible for your professional career and a viral video of you beating a defenseless woman with your belt. Simply calling that "dumb shit" is like painting a turd gold. At the end of the day it's still shit, and so is Junior Galette's decision making. Respect your elders Jr. It wasn't you that drove Will Smith out of town. It was his age and injuries. Regardless of his playing status, he still gets to wake up to a trophy case that boasts a Super Bowl ring. That's something you'll never be able to buy, no many how many hundreds of millions of pennies the Saints paid you.