I don’t watch football, but I am a fan of Marshawn Lynch. I love his care-free attitude, and his lack of having a filter when he speaks.
On Christmas Eve, Lynch was tasked with lighting the Al Davis torch for what might be the final game at Oakland Coliseum. The lighting of the torch was blasé as history has been kind to the memory of Davis, but it’s what possibly happened next that has added to the growing legend of Lynch and has turned him into the true hero that America needs.
According to photographic moments captured of the event and The Root’s official blunt roller, although he’d call himself a cigar expeller and finesser of fine cananbis, Michael Harriot, it appears that Lynch attempted to light a blunt on the magical wafts of wind touched fire that is Davis’ memorial.
Take note from Marshawn Lynch’s playbook. It’ll make you feel better.
h/t The Root