Cowboys’ Greg Hardy Recently Starred In A Rap Video, And It’s Really Bad

by abournenesn

Oct 10, 2015

Greg Hardy has a pretty bad image these days, and a recently published video certainly won’t help his cause.

The Dallas Cowboys defensive end drew some heat earlier this week for making several idiotic comments ahead of his 2015 debut against the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Now, TMZ Sports has published more evidence of Hardy’s immaturity: a rap video titled “I’m Just Me” that features the Cowboys star claiming, among other things, that he’ll never get “played” by a woman again.

The song itself is pretty terrible (and very NSFW) and includes the sound of gunfire along with images of strippers and marijuana. According to TMZ Sports, the video was made during the 2014 season while Hardy was serving his suspension stemming from a domestic violence incident in which he allegedly threw his ex-girlfriend on a pile of guns and threatened to kill her.

In short: This video isn’t exactly the best look for Hardy.

Click to watch Hardy’s rap video (warning: NSFW) >>

Thumbnail photo via Kirby Lee/USA TODAY Sports Images

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