Famous Racist Rage Queen Richie Incognito Smashs Own Ferrari Because Brotherhood
Remember how Walter in “The Big Lebowski” smashed up that Corvette because he thought Larry Sellers stole the Dude’s car? That was funny stuff.
That exact scenario kind of played out in Arizona recently when the improbably named Richie Incognito, Miami Dolphins Guard/Tormentor Of The Weak, was both the oversized adult vandal and moonfaced kid from the Lebowski scene. Incognito, likely frustrated he can no longer harass teammate Jonathan Martin to the point of emotional breakdown, decided to smash up his own Ferrari.
TMZ initially reported that a baseball bat had been taken to Incognito’s $300,000 black Ferrari FF, which he only bought in November. The car suffered some dents, and there’s a big old chunk of bat handle in the grille. Photos show shirts, reportedly with Incognito’s name on them, strewn about the car. But according to TMZ, Incognito told Scottsdale (Ariz.) police this morning that he beat the crap out of his own car.
Since we are all Happy Nice Time People, let’s take a second to focus on the positive here: Richie Incognito is a 6’3″ 319 lbs man capable of fitting into a Ferrari. That’s a legitimate talent. Not unlike Incognito’s talent for destroying the psyche of teammates with unrelenting emotional abuse.
But why did Richie Incognito smash up his own car that is worth more than most of your homes? Better question, will he smash you with a baseball bat for asking? Let’s send a reporter from Phoenix’s Fox 10 news to find out.
FOX 10 spoke with Richie Incognito Thursday. Despite his reputation as being a mean player with anger management issues he was welcoming, polite, and candid about what happened.
When asked about the damages and the baseball bat in the grill he responded, “Oh that was just me venting, that was self expression, that’s a piece of art. The happiest day of my life was when I got that car and now the second happiest day will be when I donate it to charity,” said Richie Incognito.
Art, huh? Like a framed poster of dogs playing poker, only stupid.
But what charitable cause will benefit from the donation of this smashed-up Ferrari art project?
“The Ferrari is a story unto itself, the Ferrari is one entity, but I will tell you this the Ferrari is going to be for sale through my mission which is helping the brotherhood, whatever brotherhood it is,” he said.
Brotherhood! It’s a word that no longer has any meaning.