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College Bro Starts Bawling His Eyes Out At A Migos Concert

Some people cry because they’re too hung over to walk to Rite Aid to get a Gatorade, others cry at Migos concerts. Nothing wrong with that, to each their own. If this guy wants to get emotional watching Quavo, Takeoff and Offset rap about lasting ‘all night long’ I’m all for it. It’s okay to get emotional, fellas. #MenCryToo. I feel like crying is to men what pooping is to women; we know it happens but we refuse to accept it as a reality. Obviously, women don’t actually poop and when they do it’s strawberry ice cream, but you get the point.

Having said that, I’m not completely convinced he was crying because Migos took the stage. And if he did, that’s the whitest thing of all time. I think there may have been some other factors at play (booze). No shade to Migos but their music just isn’t moving enough to make people cry. Not with lyrics like this.

In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like it’s stir fry (whip it) 
In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like it’s stir fry (whip it) 
In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like it’s stir fry (whip it) 
In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like it’s stir fry (whip it) 
In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like it’s stir fry (whip it) 
In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like it’s stir fry (whip it) 

Which I always thought were ‘In the kitchen, WHIP IT TWIST IT like it’s stir fry’ but that’s neither here nor there. Eric Clapton’s Tears In Heaven is the kind of music that makes you cry, not Migos. Shoot- now I’m getting vaclempt. Hopefully this buffoon sobers up enough to get his emotions in check. As much as I’m for people expressing themselves,  you get one mulligan when it comes to crying in public. Anything after that and it’s embarrassing.

Ps: I dare you to try listening to this on a Sunday morning without crying.