Earlier this week, New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall made waves when he walked off a WEEI set after being pressed about racism and domestic violence.
“I’m not getting into the race card with you guys,” Marshall said. “So if that’s what you guys want to do you can go there, but black guys in America get treated differently, period, so I’ll just say that. Black guys in America get treated differently.
“White players, specifically at the quarterback position, are treated differently.”
As Marshall prepared to leave the interview (which can be seen below), he stood up and went to shift a coffee in his hands. When he did, the coffee spilled all over the table and computers.
Although Marshall was quick to pick up the computers and attempt to clean the coffee, the WEEI hosts are now bluntly accusing Marshall of doing it on purpose.
“Being there, when he got up, I could feel. . . this guy is going to throw coffee on my face, which would have been unbelievable, a great moment. And I could feel him thinking about, and I think he just did the ‘ah screw it, I’ll jump dump it all over the table,’” Kirk Minihane said. “He threw it on the table on purpose.
“He switches hands, coffee up left hand, has no reason to go back to the right other than purposely flip it over, dump it on the computer. He absolutely, positively, purposely dumped that coffee. He took his right hand and snapped the top of the coffee cup to make sure it fell over.”
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