I was waiting for someone to post a higher quality video of the Barcia-Aranda incident, but it looks like I have to work with this one. Everyone is asking “Oh, what is Eazy’s take on Barcia parking Aranda,” or something along those lines. I know it was a bullshit move, one that I have personally dealt with. In my book, trying to take someone out when you are a lap down is like getting in a fight with a guy who just got slammed to the ground by Holyfield – all the bad ass motherfucker street cred goes right out the window. You catch up to that bitch, then put him into the stands and hope he takes some of those beret wearing Frenchies with him. As far as Barcia riding away when confronted, it does not really bother me. Getting in fights on the track is kind of for pussies. And BROs, of course. Also, not dealing with the guy or even stopping the bike is like saying “BRO, I don’t even know why I’m on the track with you, you are not even on my level.” Justin, you straight 2pac’ed that shit. Good looks, BRO.
But for me it was the French role in the whole debacle that had me saying thanking the god of handguns and country music that I am from America. Aranda reportedly “in a show of his frustration laid down on the track hoping to draw a red flag and a restart. Eventually he was pulled off, but not before the pack had to avoid him—there was no red flag anywhere”, according to Racer X. Nice, BRO, real nice. Power to the people. That’s why France totally kills it on a military, economic, and chick-nailing level. Go make me a sandwich.