Tyron Woodley’s new rap single ‘Blow’ raises concerns from UFC fans

I’m not quite sure that I’m on board with Tyron Woodley’s new rap single, ‘Blow’. It’s not because I think it’s good or bad, rather it’s the content. Woodley has always been one of the more outspoken people about how the UFC promotes black athletes. This video did him no favors in the sense that it’s about

Granted, the video is not UFC related. This is a different venture for Woodley and has nothing to do with fighting. Yet, at the end of the day, he’s still a UFC champion and someone that fans like to get behind. So, when you drop a rap video throwing money off of strippers asses, it doesn’t exactly endear to his fan base.

I’m not here to judge and talk about how good or bad his rapping is. Fans have done that enough online. If this is something he wants to do outside of fighting, then more power to him. However, it’s the message that leaves something to be desired. I’m just not sure that a champion in the UFC needs to have a little mixtape with lyrics that say,

“Back that ass up like a MACK truck. Beep. Beep. The type of pu$$y that makes a ni66a skeet.”

I don’t even know what that means but I know it’s not good.