A Greg Hardy rap video emerges

10 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A Greg Hardy rap video emerges.

BOSTON (CBS) – On the eve of taking the field for the first time in over a year, Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy finds himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons – yet again.

Embattled NFL star Greg Hardy — the guy who was suspended for allegedly beating up his girlfriend — is bragging that he’ll never get “played” by a woman ever again. ; Hardy, who plays the Patriots on Sunday following a 4-game suspension for a domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend, came under scrutiny this week for comments he made about Tom Brady’s wife Gisele and her sister. According to them, the video for “I’m Just Me” was shot with rapper Ja Alan in late 2014 while Hardy was suspended by the NFL over the incident that saw him accused of assaulting his girlfriend and throwing her on a couch covered with guns. It’s a rap video from Hardy, made during the 2014 season while he was being paid to not play football pending the resolution of his domestic violence charges. The video purportedly shows Hardy rapping that it will be a “cold day in hell before your girl tries to play me.” Hardy was convicted of throwing his girlfriend on a bed covered in assault rifles and threatening to kill her.

The former Carolina Panther played in only one game last season before being placed on the exempt/commisioner’s exception list for the remainder of the season as his case played out. But it won’t make many in the league office thrilled about the situation, and it will make some primed to pounce with another suspension if/when Hardy gets into real trouble again.

Even if this video was recorded nearly a year ago, it’s hard to imagine how Hardy — or the people around him — thought it would be a good idea.

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