Ko Simpson upholds the Gamecock Tradition
Posted by Thomas the Terrible on January 5, 2009
Traditionally the football players for the South Carolina Gamecocks get arrested. Now that Ko Simpson has moved on into the NFL he is still upholding Gamecock tradition by getting arrested and proclaiming he’s worth millions.
Basically Simpson was at a bar where his buddy got collared by the Po Po and he didn’t like it.
“The report says at that point a passenger in the car, 25-year-old Dyann Linen, got out of the car and began yelling at the police, and punched an officer in the back of the head. Linen was arrested for disorderly conduct as well.
Officers say as Linen attempted to kick out the window of the patrol car in which she was being held, 25-year-old Simpson, who was also a passenger in the car, began yelling at officers, saying, “I’m Ko Simpson with the Buffalo Bills, I’m worth millions!” before walking away.”
The last thing I would ever admit to is playing for the Bills.
“However, the report says Simpson soon returned and attempted to get to Hart, who was in police custody. Simpson began screaming at officers again, and was arrested for hindering police activity.”
By the way, Simpson has one-year left on his four-year $2.13 million dollar contract. So millions is a bit of stretch after you figure in cost of living, agent fees and of course bail.
Might as well get it over with: A Simpson who played for the Bills in trouble with the law? No way…
Previous athletes have proved that money will never run out ever. *Sarcasm*