|Jones has a (pizza) offer you can't refuse. (YouTube)|
This seems about right. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has taken time out from his busy schedule of protecting wide receiver Dez Bryant from himself (because it worked so well the last time with Pacman Jones) to get into the rap game.
That's right, it's Hip Hop Jerry, y'all:
If you love the Cowboys, pizza, good deals, and rappin' owners then you'll no doubt appreciate this. (Seems like quite the niche market but what do we know: this is the same man who convinced people that the Jerry Dome was a worthwhile economic undertaking.)
This isn't Jones' first foray into music. In 2010, he joined other North Texas celebrities to remake Faith Hill's "The Kiss" as part of "the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee's Kick-off Concert Series" (with special guest appearance by Tony Romo!):
So that happened. Obligatory stills included below:
|Jones from a 2010 YouTube video promoting North Texas for the Super Bowl. (YouTube)|
We eagerly await the YouTube response video from Colts owner Jim Irsay. Because you know it's coming.
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