Who the What happens when a country star takes a cheap shot at a NFL team owner at a US Politician on ESPN CONTROVERSY!
Christie’s embrace of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones Sunday evening set off a torrent of online mocking of the Garden State governor who roots not for the Giants, Jets or Eagles, but the Cowboys.
For those of you who missed it…Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones shared a victory hug with New Jersey governor Chris Christie who was a guest in the team owners sky box during last weeks playoffs between the Cowboys and the Lions.
When the Cowboys made their last big play to “seal the deal” to take on the Green Bay Packers in the conference semi finals…there was a totally innocent exchange of hugs between Jones, his son, Christie as well as several others who were also watching the game from the box.
For some reason, ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” host Bob Ley was interviewing country singer, wannabe politician Kinky Friedman when the subject of “the male embrace” came up….It was then that Friedman suggested there were shenanigans in the owner’s box. WHOOPS!
UPDATE: ESPN has apologized after Kinky Friedman’s homosexual remarks about Jerry Jones and Chris Christie.