Angelo V. Twenni-Wahn? Filipino-American. Rutgers. Queens, New York City born. Jersey Strong. Brooklyn Nets. Se habla español. What's gud tho. Kamusta.

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Money Trees And Hoodrat Dreams.

Meanwhile back in Queens the realness is foundation


Also, I think we need to talk about what happened in Sayreville, NJ. It hasn’t made it to mainstream media, but there are reports of football players allegedly forcing digital penetration on freshman as a form of hazing.

Let’s not sugarcoat it: a group of older boys raped a group of younger boys. Here’s a quote from an article on the matter:

"In the darkness, a freshman football player would be pinned to the locker-room floor, his arms and feet held down by multiple upperclassmen. Then, the victim would be lifted to his feet while a finger was forced into his rectum. Sometimes, the same finger was then shoved into the freshman player’s mouth."

This is rape. No two ways about it. The coach apparently has “no comment” on the matter. Another article states that some residents of Sayreville are getting “tired of media presence”. And yet I haven’t actually seen this on any mainstream television networks yet.

The superintendent has decided to cancel the remainder of the football season for the school so that these allegations can be properly sorted out as well as for what I’m guessing is a form of punishment. But some people are speaking up against this, as the games are something they enjoy. Apparently their enjoyment is more important than the fact that children were raped.

So, yeah. This is important and I don’t want it to just fucking pass over with nothing happening and no actual consequences. Not being able to play football does not equate to an adequate consequence for raping young boys. Freshmen are generally between the ages of 13-15. Seniors are usually 16-18. (It really depends on when their birthdays are and if they were ever held back, etc.)

This is a real thing that happened and the fact that it’s not huge mainstream media news bothers me a lot. Please spread this.

Sayreville football is over, all coaches are now suspended, 7 players were arrested and are most likely facing trial as adults. One of them, ranked 20th in the entire country, lost his scholarship to play at Penn State University.

We are tired of the media presence because we don’t want to be known for things like this. This is a football town built upon decades of success. While these kids are going to get what they deserve (and hopefully more), we don’t want the history and future of the football program to be tainted by what these idiots/rapists have done. That being said, cancelling the season was the absolute right thing to do.

I love the town I grew up in, and I’m proud of our football team. 7 dumbasses are not going to take that pride away from me


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Pretty much me every Sunday afternoon

Time to bring this back :(


Pretty much me every Sunday afternoon

Time to bring this back :(


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Carlton dropping some real shit

I don’t usually see stuff like this on my dash so I had to reblogg it. Carlton knows his shit.

not to mention, that bow tie is on point

My best friend unknowingly tried to mack with a transgender person in the city last night and i had to wait and tell him after the dude left for the safety of everyone



Wat who is this thoo

Scar ded


Hundreds of people came out Sunday evening for an anti-bullying rally in a central New Jersey town that’s been rocked by allegations of sex-related hazing involving its high school football team, which prompted the cancellation of the rest of the season. The rally was staged in a park across the street from the school, Sayreville War Memorial High. “We need to come together to support each other, our children, our community and most especially the young men who spoke up,” organizer Maureen Jenkins said in an emotional speech.

Read more here.


U kno I can hear u from my room


Bruh, where u had just said u had put the cookies brah? Niggas is hongryyyy



"Forget this stick. Square up Mickey."


"Forget this stick. Square up Mickey."