So if you listened to DMXS last night (or right here), you heard that Dean Wilson is considering the move to GPs in the near future. Now Dean knows that BRO is down with his shit, he knows that. But let’s think about this for a second: You don’t step down from the big leagues to play in the minors. It is just not done. You may be asking “Why not?” Well, the answer is exactly what makes America so fucking awesome; it is because cash rules everything around me, CREAM, get the money, dollar dollar bills y’all. I’ve got my mind on my money and my money on my mind. Yeah, we getting money n…. Essentially what I am trying to say is that it is all about the Benjamins
Kobe is not stepping out of the NBA (well, maybe he is now) for Mexico because the Mexican leagues pay like 30 pesos a game. In the U.S., motherfuckers are ripping solid gold bidets for days. Christ, college guys here are making bank, BRO (everyone knows that’s where Shaq made all his money). It is the same deal in MX. The GPs are essentially the Mexican Basketball Association of motocross, while there are fucking amateur riders pulling six figures over here. Guys there ask questions like “What do you think American MX is like,” while they are huddled around a fire in the snow, sharing a flee-ridden blanket and a pot of coffee made from sweaty tube socks. Not to mention the tracks there suck, the weather sucks, the countries are not America, I think half of the countries are at war with each other, and oh yeah, not America.
The obvious significance here is that Dean is at that age and gender where he loves two things above all else – ripping ruts, and nailing sluts. Now, I am not saying there are not some world class contenders over there in the lady department, but I am saying that the money Dean makes over here makes him a world class contender. He is not going to give that shit up, he is too smart. Why would any man choose to do that? It just goes against nature. Make money, get girls – that is the formula. So calm down and change your pants, Europe, Wilson ain’t going anywhere.