Here’s video of former baseball slugger Jose Canseco yelling at someone outside the Colony nightclub in Hollywood, Calif.
The 47-year-old Canseco was about to leave the nightclub in his Cadillac with three young women. The paparazzi snapped away while he signed autographs.
Then someone yelled, “Nobody cares about you, man”
“Nobody cares about you either, fat ass,” Canseco replied.
But Canseco didn’t stop there. Just watch.
Canseco is the player/manager for the Yuma Scorpions of the North American League. He played for the Oakland A’s, Texas Rangers, Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago White Sox, among other clubs. He was the 1988 American League MVP. He’s ranked 32nd on MLB home run list with 462 career homers.
He also boxed radio show host Danny Bonaduce, competed on Celebrity Apprentice with Meat Loaf and Gary Busey earlier this year, and has had more legal problems than anyone could imagine. His life is one big reality show.
He’s also an admitted steroid user.
“I don’t recommend steroids for everyone and I don’t recommend growth hormones for everyone,” Canseco told60 Minutes back in 2005. “But for certain individuals, I truly believe, because I’ve experimented with it for so many years, that it can make an average athlete a super athlete. It can make a super athlete incredible. Just legendary.”
YouTube - Former Baseball slugger "Jose Canseco" goes off on a fan leaving Colony
nightclub on Dec 17th, 2011 in Hollywood, CA, United States.
The video is NSFW so I'll just let you in on what he says. Someone yells at Canseco "nobody cares about you," while he's getting in his car with two girls to leave the nightclub. Canseco then yells back...
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