High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 4)

High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 4)
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New York City Street football this is like getting drafted into the NFL or the streets that’s got about 51 schools but that she didn’t pan out I was a different person when I was 18 me ancient and revered now you should be in the league but this is what happens in in the city i ôd family Oh family are you great how hundred it take and you blew it your heart my nigga it doesn’t matter who you play because they gotta play us big shout-out I would be making it to the Final Four Oh smother some good stuff over here I’ll smell it loud over here what’s going on over there that side – at all it’s a goodie over here err see you guys hustled us picture out to my hustles family and see I’m yet to see the play hustler great team can do one of these best defenders city man I got to make them fin and I’m saying if they don’t fear me and do my job to catch a pass I gotta hit it I got nothing out I’m saying Danny grant quarterback his feet this would actually makes them a deadly quarterback Jay will half man half amazing definitely a special receiver he got a day will touch down great team not to be slept off they can definitely run away with this people ase I don’t know too much about them you know I mean I know I know that from please aunt casita what coming Queens is coming oh you you yeah I know I know you Lea had couple conversations with a people do she’s definitely not ready I’ll be really on my dad that I just keep it a hundred you already know hey I’ve seen ha good news man really good news but they have experience or deny me that uptown football gotta walk remember and no teeth and casino is gonna be low Uptown team guarantee that 39:37 Hustler’s make a stop Hustler’s here we go we got key is getting to feel want you want to go we got a pig we got that could be costly that could be costly there’s a gentleman that’s a 16 K job this is K yes 6 this is 16 K by the you ain’t got a hospital may you got off of the finger that’s 16 kg my niggaz I gotta get that baby milk 23 seconds 22 come on oh oh no pressure no pressure let the clock run for some crazy and strange reason when it’s on the line you know Danny uh he has a tendency to make the wrong place Danny is not Shauna back now you see does have a player what’s that kid’s name that they got Oh Travis you know that kid is No the AFC upset the hustlers the first time uptown here we go keep scanning the field he’s getting the field he’s gonna fill Picasso we ready go who’s gonna go we need to make a goal the way AFC into that game even though the kids like 612 I just felt like wow J with i’ma call out how I see it is what it is our invitation as a mound that we speak today we are a little bit different than everybody’s trash-talking is an art there guys women naturally good at it and you know there’s some guys were bad at he called the milettis a lot of justice as a light in tradition okay I glad he’s okay I can’t know the worst timeouts I’m up he’s bad at oh oh I’m gonna get you in my office and give you a shot what what I would say a little different I mean I’m a physician I don’t curse this is what they think of him where the most hate why I couldn’t take Oh rid of privilege team we’re the only team with doctor lawyer law enforcement ID we’re very diverse in our profession and everyone else is like we did we don’t know nothing about the gangs the hood every time I came home and trying to be down with the blood that was around my neighborhood and best died I was like now I’m good the first thing I thought of my mom wouldn’t like that cuz my mom used to warm up behind your used to dig deep yeah these guys grew up together both are very accomplished high school college players who’s the star in high school Marlon balla balla Travis with his star high school it was actually more really was Marlon was a star this is where we rank 38 short and you reference it like a touchdown the first play against conocí there had to be seven guys around him he disappeared into a pile of people and then over sudden he breaks out and runs into the engine I refused him like magic to me Travis fool was definitely a late bloomer in his football career but he made the stall catch in the town there you go there you go go on it so senior year Marlon gets a full ride to America’s national college and I didn’t get anything I kind of put my scholarship on the line because I was like coach I’m not coming unless you give Travis something and if you do this to me I’m gonna come to your school you won’t regret it trust me on this it was a great experience in college but in a winning division to MLB’s 10 MVP in a year opposite payday yet the ECAC MVP idea played three years of football two years and Seattle when you’re from City playing arena football the beautiful thing tastes Prelude in a city kid from New York City when I was growing up all I played was chief oh boy that’s a lot of these guys this right here is their life a lot of these guys try to intimidate me and I tell them I might listen are you serious I used to play anything less than an NFL it I can rip your head off and like oh yeah we gonna do this and I just look at on my mic okay and then I get on the field and then I tried to put my hand on the other side they test I think weird you gonna straight-up stomp every single team we have the best athletes we have the most football knowledge like physicality I don’t think that there’s one team that could go ahead to head with us I think it’s just gonna be I think we’re gonna stomp him we are ladies a minute first annual Street Bowl party pull brought to you by Def Jam big shout out to the cargo mouth on the rated aisle deep and city making it to the Final Four these news was a sleeper team I’m like I’m gonna give it to honey and everybody stepped on it we’re not in the Final Four that’s just my opinion just pop in I mean it’s just my fear don’t mean nothing first of the Final Four I’ll be on the way I like this aisle duty now this IOD team getting ready bro I mean Luca I love pretty weekend I’m good man I’m not going in Woolwich I make it man that saw me moving them the them niggas off let’s go both teams come out fighting come all that go return Kassala hey one thing about a FC on his return team he’s on point he’s moving he’s on him stand up baby all day don’t wait to push off he jumped out to a six-point lead obvious Danny he lets it go he’s only go KFC with the bull let’s see what they’re gonna do it shall I strike he’s not that big down keep back scanning the field he’s looking he’s looking he’s looking butt-naked funky nigga ah Travis that’s two tries break this they can’t get it to run like that let’s go well I’ll be back to back popping the promoter scramble Adie versus Keith who’s go away Oh mr. cheeto Oh me I think is going down to the wire is going down to the wire biggest smelly biggest mountain 16k call them are on the ready this is buddy the chick for the racks our game man he’s bigger than what you see on TV I’m never gonna stop this I want to die in the mirror after I want to catch a heart attack in a mirror after you

100 thoughts on “High-Stakes Street Football in New York City: KOTU (Episode 4)

  1. Thats what the media does. Thats what production company's do. "Stretch" shit out. If they didn't, they wouldn't be in business. This shit is fire. Better then watching them corny reality shows that are scripted, these days.

  2. stop it wit this 2 hand touch stuff and come to jersey and lets get a real game wit yall…check the video i jus posted…we're in blue

  3. Disrespect in the comments man, most of these aren't even fat. Smh I think lots of you are jealous and just miss playing football or something.

  4. Why is 90% of this video in ducking slo-mo??
    Goddamn the pros don't even use this much slo-mo.
    Tryin to be Zack Snyder or something

  5. I get it, there is a time for play but where is the work? Gentrification is being turnt all the way the fuck up to price Blacks out of the NY. And we playing games. But good luck.

  6. bunch of washed up nobody's who smoke weed and get drunk. these niggahz holding on to the past. " I was scouted by 51 schools" lol that's like me saying Yo I went to the bar and all the Bitches were looking at me.

  7. Ma nigga at the end said he wanna catch a heart attack in the middle of the field??? WTF?๐Ÿ˜Ÿ ๐Ÿ˜ง๐Ÿ˜ฆ๐Ÿ˜ง

  8. Damn I played at AIC in 2015, great experience. Loved the school, AFC is my kinda team. Being a Kid from Flatbush bustin my ass and becoming an Officer in the Marine Corps. It's not about where you start it's about where you end up, but where you start gives you bragging rights.

  9. This is fucking corny getting all hype and shit over two hand touch.Play some semi pro and then you can act all bad and actually play real football.

  10. So everybody's a receiver? Fuck that. Put three down linemen on each side of the ball, plus a tight end on the offensive side. And the QB needs to be rushed every play. And I hate two hand touch. Stop being a bunch of pussies. You can tackle without pads. In fact it's the pads that make the game a lot more dangerous. Rugby players don't need pads to tackle and neither do you.

  11. 6:04

    "Hey, you wanna be down with the…"
    "No I'm good"

    Ohhh, so there is a choice people can make. Respect to him and his family, great role model.

  12. bro dont you dare call BWOOD HOLLIS. flagship is in briarwood queens or jamiaca that shit aint nowhere near hollis

  13. I was different when I was 18 LMAO., Still struts aboot like a cock robin 18 year old. Men lose the baseball cap hesse.AFC the cleanest team, rest are just headshop boys….V

  14. They should do this all season long it shouldnโ€™t just be two days they should get 4 to 8 more teams and make it a season obviously less money each games each team gets but if they have people like Deff jam sponsoring the two days then they can get other people to sponsors the season games I think that Would be awesome I would go and watch the games

  15. I think this is awesome. I worked love to get back into it and come play edith you guys. I was an excellent safety growing up, but wanted to play running back so bad, as3 my hero growing up since 1980, 7 years of age but EXTREMELY smart, as you can probably already tell and I'll solidify my words but saying that my hero growing up was Tony Dorsett.
    See I told you
    I played Pop Warner Football growing up, I ewas ok, kinda timid, Caucasian hahahahaha!
    "Im pretty damn fast for Caucasian"
    If any of you know what moxie that's from and who says it, gets bonus points goes the night!!
    Then girl's and drugs came along I end up not going forward into high school football and have been regretting it here and there. I think honestly I could've maybe had a decent collegiate career.
    I was and still am very very athletic. I have good hands and very quick off the line, and that holds up still to this day. I beat 20 year olds off the line ti this dau. Thre problem is that I have lost the little bit of speed I once had. Like I said, i just gotta get into it again. I know i can still play, rough too.
    It wasn't too long ago when this White Boy played with a group of mostly Samoan and Black guys.
    This White boy here, RIGHT HERE, ended up with 5 touchdowns, an elbow hard to my middle back area, a DECLEATER, with my boss witnessing all this says……..oh shit!! I gotta go, I can't be here while this goes on. I was parallel to the ground, my head hits first and I look to see who got me, I saw my buddy Maurice, Staley 5'10. 5' 9 Black guy. I think he wanted to get me because his chick he was going for at work liked me instead,Hahahahahaha! No lie, not yelling to accentuate the my story.
    When I saw the title of the video I thought you guys we actually playing on the streets
    We did that in parking lots of my old apartment complex. They had the long ass 150 yards or so parking lots that were nearly perfect…. and YES FULL ON TACKLE, right there on the blacktop the speed bumps acted as our goal lines and 50 yard market. We had great times. Good players too in the neighborhood

    The NFL today is kinda like Neighborhood football was, where each new day you played, you always ended up with players scrambled around
    I actually hate free agency be cause of that. The NFL is not what it used to be
    But any how I think what you're doing is great. I know it's so much fun. Im glad that I have a knowledge of the greatest team sport they're is. The ULTIMATE TEAM GAME American Football.

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