I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – ratchets don’t do social distancing. If your plan includes all segments of society doing what Fauci and Scarf Lady tell us we should do, then you don’t have a real plan. Take this video from a Framingham McDonald’s drive through last night for instance.
Normally I don’t condone two on one ass whoopings, but that mother fuck earned that beating. If you get out of your truck in a drive through in Framingham and you start pointing a blunt object at another person in the drive through, then you’re probably gonna have to fight everyone in the car. That’s just science.
As you can see, he was clearly the instigator.
I’m not entirely sure what he’s holding there, but it looks like a tape measure? I could be wrong. Either way it’s a stick with a blunt wheel on the end of it, and when you point that shit at a stranger in a drive through it’s assumed that you plan on using it as a weapon, so you better be able to scrap. Clearly this fat ass was not up for the challenge, and it looked like two jackals taking down an injured wildebeest who couldn’t keep up with the herd.
Once the got ahold of the stick it was game over. You can’t give a hoodbooger a blunt object that you threatened them with, because they will use it to go full Paul Bunyan on your crisco crevice.
Best part of the video:
“Oh is that Berto? Yo what’s good my n***a?”
Just catching up on old times with the homies whilst beating some dumb gravy dumpster with his own weapon after he started a fight he couldn’t finish. This is what social distancing looks like in the hood.
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