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This Is The Story Of A Florida Fan Named Uncle Silk Who Drove 45 Minutes To Fight An FSU Fan Named J-Roc Because Of A Fight On Twitter About College Football Recruits

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BSOAs the person who caused Meet Me in Temecula to go viral, people all the time ask me to do stories of random social media people doing crazy things.

Normally, I ignore it, but tonight I was intrigued when I was hit up with a tweet.

At first, I didn’t know what was causing a Florida gentleman to want to drive 45 minutes to beat up a guy, but alas college football beef runs deep.

It all actually started with trolling a Gator fan with a stick and from there it escalated to a guy driving in the middle of the night to fight, sort of.

Our boy Robert Littal has got another incredible sports fight story on his hands – you may remember him from initially breaking “Meet Me In Temecula,” one of the great stories in Twitter and overall internet history.   I think Rob just surfs Twitter all day looking for people who are traveling to beat each other up over meaningless  arguments? I don’t even know what keyword he searches for that?

But anyway.  Here we have an instant classic.

Sit back, grab the popcorn, kick your feet up and settle in.

This is the story of a Florida fan named Uncle Sick who traveled 45 minutes to fight an FSU fan named JRoc over a college football recruiting beef.

First let’s meet the three main characters.

Jroc1738 aka Palm Beach Nole, the man who sent the tweet that launched a thousand responses and an eventual meet and greet.

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Just your every day Noles, Cowboys, Lakers, Braves and Blackhawks fan.

For the sake of this story, we’ll just focus on the Noles.

This is Juice Brennar, who will soon become known to the world as Stick Boy.  He fades out of the story quickly, but he’s the crucial piece.

He’s the guy who initially responds to JRoc, putting the wheels in motion for what’s to come.

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And this…this is Uncle Silk.

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Uncle Silk is a Florida Fan.  He’s also the self proclaimed Michael Jordan of Trolling.  A title that he will no doubt earn by the end of our journey here.

Okay so here we go.  Here are the tweets.

This is the exchange that kicked everything off.

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A little Twitter argument over recruit Christian Harris.  You see it a billion times a day.  It’s literally what Twitter was invented for.  Arguing with strangers about sports.

In this case, JRoc is upset that this random FSU account didn’t acknowledge Harris allegedly calling FSU his “dream school” and that they actually had a shot at him.

Which upset Juice Brennar.

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Oh hell yeah – it’s on!!!! This is when Twitter beefs really take off.  When you move past the argument and go to the “screenshotting pictures of the person to make fun of them.”  It’s a classic response technique.  I use it frequently when people call me ugly while having an avatar of them being incredibly ugly.  Little pot meet kettle situaish.

Anyway – JRoc hit him with the stick pic.

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“Ok stick boy”  Lmaooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.  Incredible.

(Hard F bomb by Stick Boy is NOT condoned.)

You might think it’s impossible to come back from Ok Stick Boy.

But Stick Boy took it next level.

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Calls him a “fade ducker” which, while not even featured on Urban Dictionary, I believe means someone who is talking shit but avoiding a fight.  I.e. ducking the fade shot that’s coming at their face.

JRoc is deeply offended by the accusation.  He’s ready to drop a location.  He’s ready to fight.

Stick Boy isn’t the man for that though.  Look at him!   He’s just a little Stick Boy.

The hand to hand combat comes down to one man…

Uncle Silk.

This is where the story really takes off.

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Meet me at the sign bitch!

…and he actually did!

“I fell chasing that n*gga cus I’m washed” – incredible.

Which may be so embarrassing it caused him to lose the altercation.

Not so.  There were no winners here.

Because apparently JRoc’s girl was so ashamed of him for what was happening she kicked his ass out of the house.

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Them Dollar General joints ain’t fighting shoes.

The OTHER side of the story:

Face Still Clean bitch!

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I think this tweet brilliantly sums up the whole thing.

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“Imagine driving 45 minutes to fight over Twitter.”

That’s the moral of the story.

That’s the end of the modern day Aesop Fable.

The Tortoise and the Hare.

The Crow and the Pitcher.

The Beekeeper.

JRoc and Uncle Silk Meeting Up In Person To Fight About A Twitter Beef Over College Football Recruits Instigated By Stick Boy.

Teach it to your kids at night folks.


I have a feeling this isn’t the last we’ve heard from Uncle Silk!