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I Hope The Kids That Jumped This Dad For Protecting His Son Literally Die

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Wow. As a guy who loves his father pretty much more than anything on Earth, this video is incredibly tough to watch. You punch someone’s father, you’re a pussy. Straight up. Let me rattle off a couple thoughts since this video makes me far too angry to be remotely coherent (also, trigger warning [did I use that right?], I’m about to drop some extremely hot takes about the death of children, so, you’ve been warned):

-Where is this? Everyone in this video looks/sounds Italian, so I’m gonna take a shot in the dark and guess this is Long Island or New Jersey. Embarassing moment for my neck of the woods.

-Parents of these kids: get your f*cking life together. I’m 23 years old and I could raise a kid better than you sorry bastards.

-Kids in this video, I REALLY hope you read this: I hope you die. Seriously, in a couple days, I hope I read a headline saying “Teens Who Jumped Helpless Father Die In Fiery Car Crash.” I would be f*cking giddy. Ecstatic.

-How big of pussies do you have to be to not only punch, but to straight up jump, an adult? Not even fighting him one on one, just straight hood shit. You should be embarassed.

-You clearly got him good the first time. The second time was pure evil. Hopefully the police have seen this video, because your asses will be getting charged with assault.

-Shout out to the girl in the Timbs and demin jacket for being literally the only person in this group of scum to have a sense of decency.

So, what is actually happening here? From the sound of it, this dude’s kid did something and got his ass beat. Dad (somehow? Idk, dad shit) shows up to protect him, and while doing so accidentally hit one of the girls watching the scuffle. That’s when the video starts. Not much context other than that, but I’ve seen enough to have a very strong take on this one: I hope every single one of these kids, ESPECIALLY ole’ Jersey Shore in the Adidas sweats, eats it.

[h/t Barstool]

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