Found May 08, 2012 on
The Last Angry Fan:
It’s Ozzie Guillen, so you know it’s NSFW because of language.
Just Ozzie being Ozzie.
For those of you who didn’t know, or don’t remember because of the human race’s ever shrinking attention span, Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen found himself in some hot water last month when he praised Cuban leader Fidel Castro in an interview with Time magazine. Needless to say this didn’t sit too well with the team’s fans in Miami, most of whom loathe the Cuban dictator, and Guillen was suspended by the team for five game prior to apologizing for his controversial comments.
Fast forward nearly a month and Paul Gallant of 610 Sports Radio in Houston asked Ozzie if the backlash from his comments had died down, and as you heard above, Guillen was at his finest, responding with a resounding “f*cking grow up, motherf*cker.” It’s clear as a bell because, and maybe it’s just me, Ozzie’s English seems to get infinitely better when he’s cussing someone out.
If you ask me, a simple “no comment, sh*thead” would have sufficed.
[H/T to Awful Announcing]
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