Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Kevin Garnett's Interview Freak Out

So, when the Celtics won last night, Michele Tafoya had the privilege of interviewing Kevin Garnett (see clip below). After screaming "Anything is possible! Anything is possiblllllllllllllllllllllllle!!!" like a mad man, he then went on to his shout out portion of the interview. I think this is what he said:

"This is for everybody in 'Sota. This is for everybody in Chicago. Vee vee! This is for everybody! South cape! Bashwood! My mama's Kleenex! See everybody online! On my mama! Hulk-a-mania, ma! Top of the world! Top of the world!"

That's what he said, right? You heard him, Hulk-a-Maniacs ... everybody online on KG's mama's Kleenex!




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6 comments:

Simon said...

U idiot

this is what he says

"This is for everybody in 'Sota. This is for everybody in Chicago. Vee vee! This is for everybody! South cape! Bashwood! right now! On my mama! c i made it, ma! Top of the world! Top of the world!"

simon said...

b nut is his best friend his nick name
U idiot

this is what he says

"This is for everybody in 'Sota. This is for everybody in Chicago. Vee vee! This is for everybody! South cape! Bashwood! my ma a b-nut c everyone right now
! On my mama! c i made it, ma! Top of the world! Top of the world!"

LJ said...

Hey Simon,

You sure? You sure he doesn't do a shout out to facial tissue and wrestlers that were popular in the 1980s?

Either way, my translation is funnier.

-Luke

Anonymous said...

yall are all wrong. its south cack- a reference to south carolina his home state... he is giving shoutouts to everywhere he is from. not that hard to figure out regardless of the hard-to-understand ebonical yelling

LJ said...

So what you're saying ... is that Kevin Garnett was not just uttering random gibberish phrases after winning an nba championship?

You're saying he was actually paying tribute to the people and places that led to his past and present success?

I mean, really, what are the chances?

Grant said...

this blog post still makes me laugh.