A.J. McCarron is a big fan of poorly crafted acronyms. At least, that's what we gather from a recent picture of him rocking a "Drugs" beanie.
Busted Coverage reports on quite the eventful evening for the BCS Championship quarterback. McCarron—a young man we are required by law to mention is dating Katherine Webb—was chilling with rapper Waka Flocka Flame over the weekend.
The chill session featured the rapper flipping the bird while wearing McCarron's championship ring and the quarterback rocking a seemingly controversial beanie.
According to the report, it all goes down—as these things tend to do—at a local frat party. Here is a tweet from the star QB that remains live on his feed.
And I don't usually mess with frats but S/O to Beta last night on the party!! And they were sum cool dudes in that frat! #salute— AJ McCarron (@10AJMcCarron) April 14, 2013
You know it's a great party when drug beanies are involved.
Before you lose your cool and blast the quarterback for supporting drugs, take one chill pill and let McCarron explain with this tweet.
the hats that @wakaflockabsm wears is for a good cause! It's taking a negative word & turning it into a positive. "Do Right U Gain Success"— AJ McCarron (@10AJMcCarron) April 14, 2013
That's not a young man trying to keep his head warm and his swagger cool, it's a Waka Flocka Flame fan trying to spread the good word about doing right, whatever the hell that means.
So go forth, and "do right," 'Bama fans. If you are looking for how you might go about doing so, let's take a gander at the rapper posing with McCarron while wearing his championship ring.
While all of this might be silly peripherals following a remarkable season, there may be some credence to McCarron's new motto.
As he later tweeted, the champ is now getting shout-outs from President Barack Obama.
You can try and hate. McCarron is meeting with the President, dating America's sweetheart and wearing "drug" beanies.
There may be something he cannot do. I just cannot think of it at the moment.
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