Atari Bigby Attended University of Jah Rastafari High (Video) | BlackSportsOnline

Atari Bigby Says He Attended University of Jah Rastafari High (Video)

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, October 8th, 2012
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The NFL is probably sending 17 drug testers to get samples from Bigby at halftime of the Sunday Night Game.

Bibgy also needs to attend barber college, possibly “Bar and Soap Community College” and “Listerine Tech”.

Ever since Terrell Suggs said he went to “Ball So Hard University”, guys have tried to be creative, but Bigby took it a little too far.  He might be high in that photo.  No word if his favorite QB to play against is Brandon Weeden.

The only thing that can save this post are Kate Upton pics.

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  1. Tomy Gunn says:

    A SIMPLE search shows that Bigby was born in Trelawny, Jamaica and grew up in Miami. I am sure that his love for Jah may have something to do with his Rastafarian background.


  2. David says:

    This is so horribly written and so full of over used, lowest common denominator jokes. Because he calls out Jah you automatically go to the “weed” jokes. Rastafri includes many strong tenants including an African nationalism movement. But you hear Jah and go to the easiest, dumbest jokes. Oh I get it Brendon “Weed”en- so terribly witty. And oh he has dreads so he must be dirty and have bad breath. I expected more from this site.

  3. jsand says:

    u r an uncle tom

  4. Sister Orli says:

    I suppose if Mr. Bigby said: baptist college, instead of Rastafari University, it would have been ‘alright’ in the eyes of Mr. Littal. I am embarrassed for black journalists who have not educated themselves about Jamaican history and preferred choice of the counter-colonial teachings of Heile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, from hence the commentary for Mr. Bigby’s choice of education comes forth. I am a Rastafarian myself and saw yesterday’s proclamation from Mr. Bigby as a historical moment, to finally have gained recognition in every aspect of our society – not just referenced in drugs and “dirty hair” comments. BIG UP, ATARI!

  5. Bobby says:

    “also needs to attend barber college” if you knew anything about the rastafari movement or bothered to do your research you would know that keeping dreadlocks are associated with the movement. You are not a journalist so don’t act like one.

  6. Kermit Rashad says:

    first and foremost, why is this even a story? you ARE aware that rastafari is a religion, right? and then you go immediately to weed and hair jokes? really dude? this article is beyond offensive to the point that i really can’t believe a black man in 2012 wrote this about another black man… and then thought it was actually worth posting! robert lattle, you should resign immediately. seriously. in a 30 second post, you have managed to shame yourself, your family, and your own race. this is not journalism, this is black ignorance at it’s finest. i suppose you were one of those who ripped on gabby douglas’ hair, too?

  7. Billy Bradford says:

    He didnt say “University of Jah Rastafari High”

    He said “University of Jah Rastafari” …. He just emphasized the “i” at the end of “Rastafari”

    Know what someone says before you qoute them in blogs and videos dumbass.

  8. wayne cee says:

    i was thinking the same thing…did he say he went to where??

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