Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 2/20/13
Ben Revere decided to celebrate Black History Month the way any reasonable person would: by buying some chicken and waffles flavored chips. The Philadelphia Phillies outfielder appeared to be shopping at a store Tuesday when he tweeted a picture of the new flavor of Lay’s chips. He asked if he should try them and, in his next tweet, he suggested fellow African-American ballplayer Denard Span grab a bag. Happy black history month! Lol @thisisdspan you gotta get a bag homie.. twitter.com/BenRevere9/sta… — Ben Revere (@BenRevere9) February 19, 2013 There’s nothing quite like celebrating February’s Black History Month with a stereotype about African-American eating preferences. At least this wasn’t as bad as Michael and Martellus Bennett’s Black Olympics video. Revere better give his Twitter followers a review of the chips. They’re one of three finalists for the newest Lay’s flavor, competing with cheesy garlic bread and sriracha. The post Ben Revere celebrates Black History Month with chicken and waffles chips appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Serena Williams’ Outfit Celebrates Black History Month (Pictures) Donald Sterling, Clippers Giving Away Tickets to Celebrate Black History Month Celebrating the Top Females in Sports for Women’s History Month

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