Marshawn Lynch made headlines again after dropping an F-bomb on live television this weekend.
Two months after “stank of booze” during a DUI arrest, the ex-Seahawks who ran back to the California vs. Washington to be inducted into the former’s Hall of Fame.
Lynch was interviewed along with longtime teammate Justin Forsett, but seemed to forget he was on a live broadcast as he ended up swearing twice during the segment on ESPN.
“I’m from the Bay Area, but when I look around in the stands and I see those bastards…,” he said.
Lynch immediately realized what he had done and looked shocked as he put his hand over his mouth.
But shortly after, he said “s***” and didn’t seem to realize his mistake.
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Marshawn Lynch made headlines again after dropping an F-bomb on live television
Lynch immediately realized his mistake by saying ‘motherf*****s’ live on ESPN’s show
He looked shocked when he put his hand over his mouth but then said ‘s***’ in the same clip
“I mean, these stands weren’t full like when we were here, that’s kind of confusing me. I don’t feel that. If this is California Bear football, they should fill this stadium.”
The clip proved popular on social media as Lynch once again failed to stay out of the public eye.
Lynch was arrested for drunk driving in Las Vegas. The Super Bowl XLVII champion was seen on bodycam footage arguing with police before being dragged from his car and falling onto the street.
Former Seahawks running back Lynch was arrested at 7 a.m. in October for drink-driving in Las Vegas
According to a report of impaired driving provided to DailyMail.com at the time of the arrest, Lynch spoke indistinctly to the Las Vegas police, repeatedly fell asleep, reeked of alcohol and strangely admitted to having the car. stolen.
Lynch was not charged with stealing the car (it’s unclear if that allegation was true), but he was booked for DUI, driving an unregistered vehicle, failing to refuse/vomit, and failing to drive in a lane.
He was later released on $3,381 bail, and his next court date is set for December.
This month, Lynch was hired to contribute to Amazon’s Thursday Night Football Coverage.
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