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Bashaud Breeland has turned IG apology videos up to 11 with his latest.
There are apology IG videos and then there is whatever Bashaud Breeland just created.
Breeland has been suspended for the first four games of the 2020 NFL season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. The Kansas City Chiefs secondary will have to carry on without him for the first quarter of the season, hoping to do no worse than 3-1 before he returns. Breeland let the world know he’s sorry by dropping the dopest IG apology rap video of all time.
Bashaud Breeland’s rhyming efficiency is less than stellar, but okay then.
Has Breeland become a trendsetter unintentionally? When any NFL player gets popped for PEDs or fails a drug test, is he now required to create a 30-second apology song on Instagram? If a player lacks musical talent, that’s no big thing, as Breeland proved to us all you can rhyme any word with any word of your choosing. The entire online dictionary is your canvas to create art.
When the Chiefs do run it back to Super Bowl LV down in Tampa, Florida, this needs to be their version of the Super Bowl Shuffle. Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Chris Jones and Tyrann Mathieu wouldn’t have to do a thing other than press the play button, crush some Coors Lights and celebrate being champions again.
By what Breeland demonstrated, you can say anything in an apology and as long as you have music playing in the background, someone will forgive you. He didn’t have to grab a boombox and blast some Peter Gabriel over his head to get the point across. In our eyes, you did enough to make us laugh. We accept your apology. Not enjoy your suspension and we’ll see you in October.
Breeland has set the bar as high as possible for all other future apologies from here on out.