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WWF Legend Claims It’s Dangerous To Be White In A Black Club

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• WWF Legend Claims It’s Dangerous To Be White In A Black Club

Old School WWF Tag Team Legend Marty Jannetty took to Facebook to post a few videos, that show himself at a black club, where he claims to have gotten heat for leaving with a beautiful woman he met there.

Here’s what he posted:

“More mad than you want to know..lil momma in the brown told me what I know, I can’t leave with you in front of them, will meet you outside..ninja saw it knew it and pulled a blade on me..the floor is covered in blood and it ain’t mine WHO THE F*CK IS RACIST?? Your boy may not live for racing up on me..I’m white but don’t mistake me…

The light skin black girl I was gonna hammer..stole my wallet..lol..I got it back though…had to tune her bday up.. dangerous being white in a black club..she told me what I know.meet me outside..can’t leave the club with a white boy..look who’s still here. yo boiy MJ Up-n-d-house

We finally at the show..not for nothin, but I had to serve up a two piece last night..black clubs ain’t cool with white.. specially when you leave with their beauty queen..for those of you that don’t know..white at a black club, you meet outside..do not dare walk outside with her..you can 2 piece all you want..brothers got guns and knives..thank goodness the brothers were on team..it’s sad it’s that way…”

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend Greg “The Hammer” Valentine (Real name: Jonathan Wisniski) turns 70 today.

After the famous dog collar match versus “Rowdy” Roddy Piper at the first ever Starrcade event (1983), Valentine returned to the World Wrestling Federation in 1984 and won the WWF Intercontinental Championship from Tito Santana later that year.

He wrestled for the company for 8 years, before leaving 1 week after the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1992’ PPV.

Greg then wrestled in WCW for most of 1992 and from 1996 till 1998. In between his WCW stints, he wrestled as The Blue Knight at Survivor Series 1993 and entered the 1994 Royal Rumble match as himself.

In 2004, The Hammer was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his former manager Jimmy “Mouth of the South” Hart.


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