Dolphins' Reggie Bush Manages to Clown Buffalo Women Ahead of Game vs. Bills

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Dolphins' Reggie Bush Manages to Clown Buffalo Women Ahead of Game vs. Bills
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Reggie Bush could have easily pandered to the masses, but instead, he decided to make fun of the Buffalo women who are about to go see him play. 

This will not end well. 

NBC affiliate WGRZ reports that Bush was on a a local radio show and got caught up in some silly controversy when he let loose on the fine females of the north. The report states the Dolphins running back was on the Paul and Young Ron Show in South Florida and joked about playing the Bills this week:

One of the radio hosts said, "the women will be out there topless in that weather."

After the other host said, "You don't want to see that," Bush responded by saying "Not Buffalo women."

Ohhhhh!

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Yeah, there is really nothing to see here. Buffalo women, while I have no firsthand knowledge as to your beauty and grace, I will go ahead and say that you are like every other female in the world: beautiful in your own right. 

I will ride those brownie points on to say that you should never listen to what pro athletes have to say, because most of it is nonsense anyway. 

If he would have been playing any other city, he may have made the same joke. Still, we now have a huge reason to watch the game, just to hear the female-pitched chorus of boos that will accompany Thursday's clash at Ralph Wilson Stadium. 

Bush knew the joke got away from him because he tweeted right after:

 

Oh, we get it. It's just that the fine females in Buffalo may find your shtick a little less humorous than you do. 

No matter, because the rest of us get to sit back and watch all the entertainment unfold pleasantly later this week. 

 

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