A Moment with Marcus: Marcus Vick Continues to Live Tweet George Zimmerman Trial

Marcus Vick continued with his own micro-blog version of HLN today, commenting on the closing arguments in the George Zimmerman trial– you know, that case being featured in an ongoing movie on CNN. Vick, for once, used some logic:

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Point blank. Pun not intended, of course. But good call. One should always respect authority.


On June 13, 2008, a bicycle officer in Norfolk approached a couple arguing in a car. When asked for identification, [Marcus] Vick allegedly took off, driving the car at high speed. When another officer spotted the car and stopped it, Vick failed a sobriety test. He was charged with DUI, misdemeanor eluding police, driving on the wrong side of a street, reckless driving, driving on a suspended license, and was taken into custody.

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Totally. Could not agree more, Marcus. A physically superior being pointing a gun at a 17-year-old when no true threat presented itself… silly.


On January 9, 2006, Vick was charged with three counts of brandishing a firearm, a Class One misdemeanor,[26][27] in Suffolk, Virginia. A police report alleged that he pointed a gun at a 17-year-old in the parking lot of a McDonald’s in Suffolk after Vick’s girlfriend had an argument with three people.[28] Vick claimed that the gun in question was a BlackBerry cell phone and that his accusers were trying to blackmail him.[29]

This has been A Moment with Marcus.

H/T to Matthew

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22 Responses

  1. An operator is not authority. Might be the kenzo in me, but I don’t trust the cops 100% when it comes to doing their job. I would’ve eyeballed the kid too, especially in a gated community where everyone knows who their neighbors are.

  2. Hahahahaha. Expert said Zimmerman was to fat to defend himself…. He bit off more than he can chew. No choice but to use his gun.

  3. Kyle, you should have a bowl of skittles n a keg of ice tea at the tailgate.

  4. pretty sure i dont want advice from anyone, regarding pretty much anything who resides in or around the K&A vicinity…unless it comes to heroin or dirty needles or something like that

  5. Oh man. Presumably Marcus Vick failed at ball because hit feet stayed in his mouth…I love that 80% of his profile is about his legal troubles. Definitely the wrong guy to be commenting on anything related to reality.

  6. Might as well mention the time he was charged for getting his 15 year old girlfriend wasted and forcing her to have sex with all of his friends while he watched. I’d love to watch this idiot die in a slow car fire.

    1. But Zimmerman is Hispanic, as his Aaron Hernandez, who our boy Marcus sympathizes with. So what gives there?

  7. Yall cant proof nuthin!! Hey yo Mike if u seeing this we out of Captin Crumch paenut butter can u stop n get sum more and can u lemme hold fi hunnert my gurl needs waxin?

  8. Maybe Marcus should try watching the details of the trial instead of listening to Al Sharpton. Zimmerman will not be convicted, nor should he have even been charged.

  9. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black….Mr. Vick, you are as big a racist as Zimmerman. Zimmerman, justified or not took a life, and that’s sad, but y0u’ve convicted the man before his trial is even over ?? Your brother was tried by a jury of his peers, just as this overzealous idiot is being tried…When, if he’s convicted then you can worry about his status after prison life begins… Just because he was chasing a black kid in his backyard does not make him a racist…I’m pretty sure, given what we actually know about Zimmerman, he’d have done the same with anyone running around his house and neighborhood. Whether he was right or wrong is NOT for you or I to judge…that’s up to the jury…

  10. I’m surprise the defense didn’t use the Delco Trash theory He was wearing a upper Darby hoodie

  11. Marcus is just sticking up for the kid cause Marcus used to be his weed dealer.

  12. Eberytime one of u downloads my brothers app I get new sneekers so who laufing now

  13. What’s crazy about Marcus Vick is that he probably threw away tens of millions of dollars by being himself.

    If he told himself around age 18 or so, “Self, instead of being you, I’m going to be someone who wants to be an NFL quarterback” he probably would be.

    Of course, if you want to do that thought experiment, his brother circa 9 years ago is an even more severe example.

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