NBA, Sports

Nick Young Wore A Superman Onesie On His Flight.

Flying is the worst. There is nothing I hate more than being trapped in a small space and forced to sit with random strangers. Strangers, who will constantly try to strike up conversations, to which I feel compelled to listen to just so they don’t feel disrespected. The worst of all is putting up with babies that sit across from you, who at any unexpected moment will expel a stream of steaming hot stomach fluid onto your entire lower body from 5 feet away without a single regret it’s beady little evil eyes. What’s worst is that there is absolutely nothing you can do about it, you can only smile at it’s parents and pretend like the Satan’s spawn didn’t totally ruin your day. For the rest of the flight, you will have to continue to tolerate more crying. While the contents on your leg begins to crust, making you smell like as if you were wearing Brian Fantana’s Sex Panther cologne, except there is no 60%, only 100% stank. This experience may or many not have happened me, but I just want to let you know that I am very familiar with flying and I am more than qualified to “defend” Nick Young.

The above photo was taken by Kwame Brown, a member of the Philadelphia 76ers (yes, he is still in the NBA) and teammate of Nick Young. What was most striking was not the one-piece pajama that Swaggy P was wearing, but the caption of the photo created by Mr. Brown.

“This clown wearing a onezy talking about swag”

Nick Young, for those of you that are unaware, goes by the nickname of “Swaggy P,” he’s been known to be a wild dresser and owning a tattoo on his left arm that reads “In Swag We Trust.” Although I can not comment on his questionable life decisions, I do know that on a flight, even if you are a NBA player riding first class, the most important rule is to make yourself comfortable. And if Nick is comfortable in his incredible Superman onesie, than it is none of your business, Kwame. Who are you to give criticize anybody anyway, you ARE the former number 1 pick that never lived up to expectations and according to Kobe, was scared of the ball. Stop hating.

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