Jamie Foxx wanted to blame it on the vodka, blame it on the Henny, blame it on the blue top and overall, pretty much just blame it on the a a a a a alcohol. Now, a former Patriots quarterback is shifting blame from spirits to songs. Scott Zolak believes rap music is distracting current New England signal caller, Cam Newton.
Zolak, employed as a Patriots color analyst and 98.5 "The Sports Hub" co-host, spent seven seasons playing for New England in the mid-1990s. The ex-quarterback told his Sports Hub audience that the hip hop needs to go: "I'd turn off the rap music first of all. Because I think it's distracting for Cam here. Because in between every throw, he's dancing."
In using the same phrase that often describes a fat kid at a buffet, Zolak continued harping on Cam's choice of tunes: "He can't help himself."
Clearly bothered by Newton's propensity to cut a rug between throwing routes, Zolak didn't let up: "He makes a throw and then (dances)."
Zolak should spend his Friday evening doing a little Netflix and chill with Ren McCormack and the Footloose crew. Maybe then he'll understand why Ren quotes Ecclesiastes: "There is a time to every purpose under heaven – a time to laugh and a time to weep. There is a time to mourn and there is a time to dance.”