â†µSome people don't feel this way, and I respect that because when that person is Ron Artest, they might beat the hair off you for disrespecting their taste in commercial-based dance music. Artest, in the midst of a press conference after the off-the-mat Rockets victory over the Lakers in Game 6 of their playoff series, shared his very definite opinions on the topic of ad jingles that should be pumped in the club. â†µâ†µ
â†µâ‡¥"Five dollar footlong is one of the best songs, that’s a hot song. You’ve got the freecreditreport.com, and then five dollar footlong comes on. When five dollar footlong comes on, they should play that in the club. They should play all those in the club." â†µâ†µ
â†µDJ! Hit 'em with it: â†µâ†µ
â†µA dancing Ron Artest, Subway executives; Subway executives, Ron Artest. If this leads to a commercial where Ron Artest explains he wasn't going after a fan in the stands in Detroit out of rage, but was instead attempting to steal the fan's sandwich out of a mad craving for an Italian BMT, I've done my work on this planet, and can move on to the next dimension without complaint. â†µ
â†µ(HT: DickFundy.com.) â†µâ†µ
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