I just watched the video of Kansas City Chief’s player Kareem Hunt and the unidentified female involved in a verbal altercation, which turned physical and resulted in the Chief’s releasing him from the team because he lied to their investigators.
The female approached Hunt, but she didn’t strike him. However, I did see him hit her and then a struggle ensued. Hunt was then pushed by an unidentified male. I believe it’s a friend of his, into to her; knocking her to the ground. They were eventually separated, but not before Hunt kicked her when she was still on the ground.
What’s interesting about this incident of Domestic Violence. Yes, let’s call it what it indeed is, Domestic Violence. Is how some are defending Hunt. Calling her a gold digger, etc., and some of the people supporting him are female!
Watching the video, I didn’t see anything she did to deserve a response such as his. Now, she may be a gold digger, and may have been “egging him on.” There’s no sound with the video. Again, words are just words. He’s an adult. They’re both adults. Words don’t equal striking anyone. Period!
Also, another interesting response to this incident: Some were more interested in how this would affect the Chief’s game today and future games. Again, a lot of those criticizing the team’s response were women.
They seem to be selective in protecting women’s rights. Like, when it benefits them, and if this video depicted a police officer, firefighter, teacher, etc., or anyone else for that matter doing the same thing. Some of those same people would lose their damn minds.
Domestic Violence is wrong. No matter who perpetuates the violence. Pure and simple.
Go, Giants! I’m only kidding. Until next time, Peace/Out.