Well, this wasn’t exactly the smartest decision a player could have made. Texas Longhorns wide receiver Daje Johnson decided to share his new rap song with the world. The song is titled, “Dealer,” and the subject matter is something that the NCAA and Longhorns program probably didn’t want to be hearing about.
In the song, Johnson raps about selling drugs.
“If you lookin’ for the dealer, I got the plug. Probly catch him with the reefer,” Johnson says.
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As you would expect, Johnson caught some heat following the release.
But, according to Johnson, we don’t have to worry too much because the song was all in good fun and he couldn’t possibly smoke weed or know someone who does, right?
I apologize for my prior post Dealer. I assure you that I'm still focused on my goals this season…… I just make music for fun😥😥😥
— DAJE' (@JUICEjr_) July 8, 2015
Hopefully Johnson’s 2015 campaign goes better than the release of his new song and his lackluster performance in 2014.
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