Sad, sad, sad. I remember when the VH1 “Behind the music” (why do people hate on that show?) taught me that Hammer used to be a bat boy with the Oakland A’s.

I liked “Hammer”, especially that Too Legit to Quit album. But one thing I didn’t understand was why he did a track for the Adams Family Values that wasn’t included in that album. That always made me mad.

Anyhow, all you Braves fans now have one more reason to go to the Ted instead of catching the game on Turner South. Turns out Hammer did a “rap promo” for the bravos.

Five words, too legit to come back!

Why oh, why Hammer; you done more than hurt us now!

2 Responses to “Hurtin’”

  1. He does what he wants to do. Says what he wants to say. Lives how he wants to live. Plays how he wants to play. Dances how he wants to dance. And he’ll kick and then slap a friend. That’s how he rolls.

    Hammer, what happened to Oak-town? This is just traitorous.

  2. Hey, “To live and die by the rhyme…” Hammer said. At least … that’s what he said as Wizard in “Deadly Rhapsody.” whatever, it’s still badass.

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