February 1, 2009, - 10:48 pm

Supe MVP is Baby Daddy Criminal Chick-Beater Flasher (Can’t Wait 4 the Disney Ad); Funniest Supe Commercial’s Unintended Humor

By Debbie Schlussel
**** UPDATE: Watch the VIDEO of Disney ad featuring criminal thug baby daddy druggie chick-beater Santonio. ****
So, the Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl. Big whoop. Now to the more important Supe Post Mortems. . . .
First, the funniest Super Bowl ad was the one saying the Detroit Lions will be winners, next year. No lie, that was a Supe ad here in Detroit, and I assume, nationally, too. Yup, that is the funniest ad I saw tonight. Hiiiiiilaaaaaariiiioooouuuusss. But the humor in that ad won’t make me wanna go out and buy the product. Oh yeah, the product was the Lions. Well, they only gotta win one game to improve upon last season.
Then, there’s the Super Bowl MVP, Santonio Holmes. Dude, what–your mother couldn’t pronounce San Antonio, so she had to combine it into one word to save syllables? Looking forward to hearing about future Super Bowl MVPs, Flauderdale Jones and L’Vegas Smith.

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Santonio Holmes: Sordid Super Bowl MVP

Doesn’t Belong in Disney Ad (or Any Other)

In Holmes case, Most Valuable Playah might be a more appropriate title. Here’s a little scoopage on Mr. Holmes. Like most NFL players, he’s the son of a single mother, who had him when she was 16. We can’t fault him for that misfortune. But, sadly, the Santonio Cycle of Skank continues: He’s the baby daddy to at least three out-of-wedlock kids, one (Shaniya) with a woman named LaShae Boone, whom he assaulted, for which he was charged with domestic violence and assault. The other two kids from other different women–Santonio III (I guess they skipped II) and Nicori–are being raised by Holmes’ mother.
But this certified role model for Disney commercial watchers all over America also has a rich criminal history aside from that. As a kid, he was a drug dealer, and just this past October he got arrested for marijuana possession and missed a game because of it. Hey, he and Michael Phelps could do an ad together . . . for their favorite brand of post-toke potato chips.
Oh, and then, there’s Santonio’s predilection for exposing himself to the world (Click below for pic and look only before eating–I posted the censored version.)
Like I said, can’t wait for that Disney ad that every Super Bowl MVP in contemporary years gets to do.

Santonio Flauderdale L’Vegas Holmes, you just won the Super Bowl. What are you gonna do next?
I’m gonna father some out-of-wedlock kids, beat up some hos, get naked, smoke some pot, and then I’m gonna eat all of Disney World.

Hey, at least Disney had some class when three-time murderer Ray Lewis won the Super Bowl and didn’t let him do the ad. Here’s hoping they repeat in this case. **** UPDATE: Incredibly, Disney doesn’t use any discretion and is going with Holmes (and Ben Roethlisberger) for the ad. ****
As I always say, you pluck kids out of the Killing Fields of America, and you’ll usually get thugs. That’s the NFL for ya.
Welcome to declining America’s ever-declining new role models.
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Lest you think this is a race thing, think again, since I’ve criticized several White players in the NFL from the same background, including Ryan Tucker, Christian Peter, and many others. (And I critiqued Sarah Palin’s kids’ names, too.)


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Supe Criminal Baby Daddy Chick-Beating MVP Santonio Holmes:

Hmmm . . . Doesn’t Look Like a Disney Ad to Me

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17 Responses

Wow that was a game!! Wanted the Zonies but hey it was worth the wait. Unfortunately most entertainers are d-bags, but sports stars never disappoint. Back to reality and we know this wont be picked up by MSM. Sports is an opiate for the masses. I used to be a big sport fan, but over the last 10 years it doesn’t hold my attention so much. Now I am social sports watcher. The athletes boorish behavior and the owners demanding taxpayers pay for their capital investments in stadiums really soured me.
Disney is scum anyway so whether they object or not to Santonio Holmes doesn’t matter anymore. I think Disney has a new show about teens openly having sex. I HATE DISNEY and all it represents.
http://www.latimes.com/news/la-fi-abcfamily1-2009feb01,0,1302485.story

californiascreaming on February 1, 2009 at 11:51 pm

Like I wrote in the other comments on if I cared about the game, I have to say that guys like this are part of the reason I haven’t watched a game in about 10 years. Spoiled criminals and primadonnas have taken over like the taliban as far as I’m concerned and I just can’t get past it.

samurai on February 2, 2009 at 12:01 am

You can find plenty of more dirt on Santurdio Holmes @ profootballtalk.com, they love to track his antics.

Chad D on February 2, 2009 at 12:58 am

I don’t watch football: Last night was no exception? Was Pat Tillman even mentioned at the game? As for Holmes and his ilk: How many BLACK pro athletes interrupted their pro careers (a la Tillman, and a few other white guys — who are the MINORITY in the NFL, by the way) to serve in the armed forces during the current time of armed conflict with terrorists. As far as I know, the answer is ZERO. The patriotic quotient among black Americans is much lower than it is among other ethnic groups — especially, whites.

gunjam on February 2, 2009 at 7:47 am

No, Debbie, it is not a race thing: It’s just that you are one of the few who DARE to treat blacks EQUALLY — and that means criticizing stupid things individual black people do just the same as you would criticize stupid things white people do. The MSM can see no wrong in blacks — unless they are REPUBLICAN or CONSERVATIVE blacks!

gunjam on February 2, 2009 at 7:51 am

Off topic:
Didn’t watch the game,BUT,caught the 3D ads at half-time.
The effects were excellent!I was surprised they were as good as I remembered when a kid in the 50’s & 60’s at the movies.
I only have a 34″ Hi-Def TV & if you have a BIG screen it would be much better especially if sitting closer.On NBC tonight “Chuck” show will be in 3D for those interested.
3D glasses were available here at the local supermarket.

billybob on February 2, 2009 at 7:51 am

Too bad he’s not a fine upstanding citizen like Bernie Madoff!
Didn’t your messiah, Reagan, also deal drugs???
http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB2/nsaebb2.htm
As for smoking pot, while i haven’t done so in years, the only thing i see CRIMINAL about it is the racist laws outlawing it.

EminemsRevenge on February 2, 2009 at 8:49 am

Are you suggesting Holmes sold drugs and smoked pot in an attempt to free a continent from brutal dictorships?
“Madoff was also a contributor to the Democratic Party, donating about $25,000 a year.”
“Racist laws”?? You mean like the NFL rule that requires teams to interview people based on the color of their skin? How are pot laws racist? On second thought, don’t answer that, based on the link you provided I’m sure you’ll believe anything your told if it fits your narrative of America-hate.

bleechers on February 2, 2009 at 9:05 am

“dictatorships”
“you’re told”
Got ahead of myself…

bleechers on February 2, 2009 at 9:07 am

Pro football has become almost unwatchable. True, there were some exciting moments this time, but has everyone forgotten about the frequent stoppage, all the commercials and the mostly boring plays, not to mention Madden’s inane commentary? (Madden notes the “It’s nearly impossible to run against the Steelers defense”–and when the Cards do so, he comments that it was not easy. After a wideout is denied the sideline to stop the clock, he comments that it is very important to prevent the receiver from going out of bounds, etc etc)
No NFL play goes on for more than 20 seconds, followed by at least 30 seconds of dead time. And don’t you just love that there is a commercial after a score, and after the ensuing kick-off–thus giving you two commercials separated by less than 10 seconds?
As to Disney, I’m sure it has been said a million times–Poor Walt must be spinning in his grave.
I think that oldie artists such as Springsteen are brought in to do halftime, because many baby boomers are probably turned off to the thug players, and need another draw.
The cynic in me thinks that Harrison’s long interception for a TD was scripted. After all, many people–especially gamblers–believe that some of the games are fixed.

Red Ryder on February 2, 2009 at 10:00 am

Puh-leeeeze commentators here…
Ignore “Enema’sRevenge” will ya’.
He only comes here to discharge his required daily colonic because he’s so full of sh*t.
STOP FEEDING THE TROLLS…otherwise they multiply.

billybob on February 2, 2009 at 10:02 am

RE Scripted–
How does a guy as slow as Harrison run all that way back unencumbered?

Red Ryder on February 2, 2009 at 10:09 am

While I disagree with some of your topics Debbie i am never surprised by the idiots that leave comments. I refer today to the comment about Drug Laws being racist.
Being a while male who, when i was younger, did drugs and was ARRESTED for it. I fail to see how the drug laws are racist. Or can I now claim that I was arrested for pot because I was White?
Then again these days all it seems that if your about to be arrested instead of playing the race issue just claim your a Democrat your sure to get away with what ever it is your guilty of just remember to say it was a mistake and you feel really embarrassed by it. As evidenced recently by Tom Daschle. Hell you might even wind up getting a job out of it.

mfee01 on February 2, 2009 at 10:19 am

Gunjam,
In response to your rather interesting commentary, I have three questions:
How logical is it to judge the patriotism of American Blacks (who have served, fought and died in ALL of America’s wars) by how many Black pro athletes have left to their careers to join the military? How many White athletes have done that besides Mr. Tillman? God bless our service men and women, but what percentage of soldiers currently serving in the military would have gone into the military if they had the choice of making millions as a pro athlete? Your Pat Tillman example is a very unfair measure of patriotism and I don’t see any logic in using that as a basis of comparison.
Given Pat Tillman’s character and his love for his country, how would he feel about you using his name to denigrate Black folks, including those with whom he played football for several years and those with whom he served in the military? And I sure would like to challenge you to approach the family of a KIA Black serviceman or servicewoman with the mess you posted.
And finally, what the hell does any of this have to do with the Super Bowl? If Santonio Holmes is a jerk and a thug, that’s a reflection on him, and not on all Black folks. It seems people can use any event to push their twisted agendas.

JibberJabber on February 2, 2009 at 10:39 am

The NBA ain’t much better.

Ripper on February 2, 2009 at 12:30 pm

Last year solid citizen Palxico Burress caught the game winning TD with like 35 seconds left in the game too.

Ripper on February 2, 2009 at 12:32 pm

Agreed, billybob.
It’s an old trick he’s been pulling for ages here. I’m surprised he hasn’t brought back the “Amerikka” gimmick.
Last comment on the troll as of now….

Jeff_W on February 2, 2009 at 1:44 pm

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