It was just yesterday that Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was the darling of the NFL. Fast-forward a couple of years and the Internet has finally caught on that he’s wacko who thinks some water helped him recover from a concussion — not to mention his insistence that God keeps randomly speaking to him.
But while the Net and opposing teams/fans hate the guy, surely his teammates have his back, right? On the field, the answer is probably yes since he’s annoyingly good. However, when it comes to music, it looks like some of Wilson’s teammates could care less about him not banging Ciara in his free time and constantly request Future’s music at practice.
Among the players, last year it was Drake and Rick Ross. This year, I’ve been getting a lot of requests for Future. But that dynamic is weird too, because I can barely play Future with Ciara running around and that’s her baby’s dad. It’s just that he has a dope-ass album out right now, players like to hear it, it definitely gets you pumped up — even though it’s low-tempo, it’s still stuff that you want to hear — and then you’ve got Ciara running up with little baby Future and she’s dating Russell so it’s like, “Oh f—.”
I also feel weird playing Ciara, because I was playing Ciara before she started dating Russell. I’d play “Goodies” and stuff like that for the crowd because it’s good music that white people know — it’s dance-y music, it’s popular, it’s stuff that you can get away with playing. Now that she’s dating Russell, I don’t want people to be like, “He’s just playing that because she’s dating Russell.”
Way to go Russ, your boys can’t listen to Future and the crowd can’t even get down to “Goodies.”