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A man in Utah who may or may have not been trying out for a spot on the Avengers failed miserably. Said man broke out a bow and arrow during a protest in Salt Lake City, Utah and began pointing it at people—and he was inevitably and justifiably greeted by the hands and feet.

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We don’t know the name of his individual, and by the end of this tale, it should be obvious that no one should care.

Yesterday (May 30), footage began hitting social media of an older man in the middle of the street in Salt Lake City. He could be heard yelling “All Lives Matter” and considering it was a protest for George Floyd, it let’s us know where he stood in all this chaos.

But the kicker was that he had in his hands a bow and arrow. Then he had the audacity to start pointing it at people. And this is where he f*cked all the way up. He proceeded to point it at someone, and the crowd reacted by proceeded to bless him with the most proper of fades. We’re talking hands and feet. One dude leaped onto the car hood to get his licks in.

And they weren’t done with the just him. The crowd proceeded to light his car on fire.

Sometime afterwards, the non-victim was interview by a TV reporter. Struggle Legolas said he came down to support the police, but did mention he wasn’t with the bad ones. He also proceeded to lie his ass off at to why the crowd decided to beat the crap out of him. He did make sure to mention that two Black guys punched while he was in the car.

Oh word?

This is where it must be noted that he caught the hands while he was standing outside of his vehicle and that it was multicultural milieu of people beating his ass. The “All Lives Matter” jig had nothing to do with it, it was pointing a deadly weapon at people.

https://twitter.com/DosRivers/status/1266909510490152961

Peep some reactions below. Get him outta here.

Lying Ass Old Man Hawkeye Yelled All Lives Matter With A Bow & Arrow, Caught A Proper Fade  was originally published on hiphopwired.com

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