Michael Bennett Wants Police To Find Tupac's Killer Instead Of Tom Brady's Jersey
The Seattle Seahawk defensive lineman's got a point.
Michael Bennett is one of the special personalities in the NFL, a truly unique character that along with his brother Martellus, the league has never seen before. Whether it's Michael comparing the Super Bowl to having sex or being inspired by Chance The Rapper to donate his endorsement money, whenever a Bennett brother picks up the mic people are going to listen.
The 31-year-old joined Fox Sports 1's UNDISPUTED to discuss a multitude of topics, including the recently discovered Tom Brady Super Bowl jersey. Bennett was taken aback that the Roger Goodell commissioned league could use the FBI to help track down the apparel in Mexico.
The Seattle Seahawk brought up the fact that law enforcement never solved the murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. "Speaking of Tom Brady, they had the whole jersey fiasco, it blew my mind. They went to Mexico to get the jersey, and we still don’t know who killed Tupac and Notorious B.I.G., but they found that jersey. Y’all, find out who killed Tupac today."
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) March 29, 2017
Do you think the police held back when investigating the separate killings of the two hip-hop superstars? Either way, it's baffling how much attention and energy was spent to locate a missing jersey.