The Embarassing Supreme Cult of Ray Lewis

Ray Lewis is a good football player, focused and strong, a good tackler and all that; however his athleticism does not excuse him for his embarrassing antics in celebrating himself, strutting like a comic book character, weeping at The Star-Spangled Banner and wearing Jesus on his sleeve. The Embarassing Supreme Cult of Ray LewisLike many before him, Ray Lewis has fallen victim to the cult of his own personality. Vainglorious, exhaustedly so, he has come to believe that he is more than he is, like many a pharaoh, dictator, queen and pop star before him.The Embarassing Supreme Cult of Ray LewisThis could be amusing, but it’s not. Lewis is a severely flawed individual who needs the cameras off him. The father of six children by four women, worst of all, Lewis was involved in the stabbing deaths of two men 13 years ago, murders that remain ludicrously unsolved, murders for which Lewis has paid one family an undisclosed out-of-court settlement, murders that should haunt him for the rest of his life. The Embarassing Supreme Cult of Ray LewisLewis is expected to stop playing football today, and hopefully it will be the last we are forced to endure his antics. To quoth the raven, “Nevermore.”

2 thoughts on “The Embarassing Supreme Cult of Ray Lewis

  1. Couldn’t agree more. I watched him walk into the locker room before the AFC Champ and he carries himself just as you describe – vangloriously. That said, I believe he is a big reason the Ravens won the SB – of course Flacco was no small piece, he’s the real deal. No interceptions throughout the playoffs…

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