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Talib brothers took a life

Aqib’s brother commits murder/Clutchpoints

Pee Wee coach shot dead.

Blog King, Mass Appeal

LANCASTER — Yaqub Talib, eldest brother of quondam NFL cornerback Aqib Talib, was thrown behind bars after he killed a Pee Wee football coach because his team lost the game. Damn cuh, it ain’t that serious. The fatal shooting transpired in front of women and children Saturday afternoon in Lancaster, Texas. It was also captured on video. Cell phone footage shows coaches and referees having contretemps midfield when Yaqub, 39, pulled out a gun and opened fire — striking rival coach Michael Hickmon, 43, who was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Yaqub fled the scene but turned himself in on Monday. He was arrested and charged with felony first-degree murder. “Upon arrival, officers were notified of a disagreement among coaching staff and the officiating crew,” a police official said in a statement.

“During the disagreement the opposing coaching staff were involved in a physical altercation and one of the individuals involved in the altercation discharged a firearm striking one adult male. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment where he was later pronounced deceased.”

Aqib, 36, was in attendance. Eyewitnesses said he instigated the brawl. “Aqib was present when this unfortunate incident occurred and is very distraught and devastated over this terrible loss of life,” Aqib’s attorney said in the statement. “He would like to convey his condolences to the family of the victim and to everyone who witnessed this unfortunate tragedy.”

Aqib, who played 12 seasons in the NFL, won a Super bowl with the Denver Broncos in 2016.

He played college football at Kansas University.

“Fearless” host Jason Whitlock said black men must learn to settle disputes without violence.

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Watch graphic footage of the shooting.

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This Post Has 43 Comments

  1. When it comes to youth sports, parents are often worse than children. It’s just a game.

  2. Blacks shooting each other over the slightest things? Who would of thought?

  3. I got a question … WHY, DO YOU HAVE A GUN AT A YOUTH GAME !!!! If you have to have a gun at a youth game ….. THEN YOU DON’T NEED TO BE THERE, stay on the block with the rest of those LOSERS.

  4. Why bring gun to a game anyway, what we’re your intentions 🤔we’re going to need medal detectors and background checks for everything

  5. Don’t ever scream BLM we kill each other over bull 💩like this every day. Killing someone over a damn little kids game. What are you teaching the kids? It’s not that serious scarring the kids for the rest of their lives over a game🤦🏿‍♂️rip to the guy

  6. Can’t you people even let kids play sports without killing each other? This is why we call you animals.

  7. I feel sad for these players, their coach and his family. These are the actions of a COWARD and Killer, this asswipe should have been locked up, stop letting these idiot tough guys out on the streets, they don’t care about prison time and will kill anyone who confronts them for anything, they don’t belong in society.

  8. ANYBODY who’s watched Talib in the NFL shouldn’t be surprised that he’s in the mid and his brother committed the murder. He’s ALWAYS loved drama. Always. He’s one of the most disrespectful players in the NFL. Period. Are you really surprised about this?

  9. I figured it was a black killing a black! And you will not hear anything from BLM speaking out against this type of criminal behavior!

  10. I guess since it’s black on black, we’re not going to burn the city down, and demand everyone vote Democrat? Do you think Sharpton and Crump are going to help the grieving families? Are we sure the shooter wasn’t a white supremacist Trump supporter? ✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿✊🏿🤔

  11. This reminds me of when Aquib Talib snatched a chain off of Michael Crabtree’s neck!

  12. If you go to little league games and see how parents act you can understand how crap like this happens.

  13. Absolutely nothing about this is surprise to me.
    In the last 20 years, in all youth sports — I’ve seen it start with an occasional parent yell at a referee/umpire, over a questionable call.

    Then to consistent yelling and arguing with refs.

    To parents yelling at each other.

    To groups of parents yelling at another group of parents.

    To an occasional physical fight.

    To groups of parents physically fighting another group of parents, almost every weekend.

    To the gang affiliated parents, bringing their gang, or gangster friends to the games.

    To rival gangs showing up at games, to represent their friends who have kids playing.

    To the gangs and parents getting into brawls.

    To fights with weapons – swinging a bat, throwing a cooler, throwing cans/bottles, etc.

    Then to using actual weapons – knives, saw a guy bust out nunchucks once, I kid you not.

    Then last but not least — drive by shootings from the street into the playing field area.

    So, this is nothing more than the next step in the evolution.

    Sadly, this isn’t even the first shooting/murder at a youth game.

  14. Dang…what happened to just throwing fists….win some lose some….I remember getting a black eye and giving some busted lips to dudes,but we lived and moved on…this was the 70’s/80’s.

  15. I’m sure Black Lives Matter is planning a march for this senseless killing

  16. Sounds like the Talib brothers are nothing but trouble 🤦🏾‍♂️

  17. Why isn’t the black community rising up and protesting and rioting to seek justice??? Oh cause the shooter is black??? Ok got it 👌

  18. There is something terribly wrong with the African American community. Terribly. I can imagine this will continue to get worst.

  19. I hope his brother never sees the light of day, and Aqib needs to do some jail time as well this is completely unacceptable!

  20. The Talib’s have always been cowards and now they will finally be brought to justice after many years of lawlessness

  21. If it was a white man that shot the coach you best believed they would be protesting right now outside footlockers across the nation.

  22. Anyone that defends the Talib brothers is part of the problem that plagues the Black people trying to keep it real. 🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️

    Damn Talib’s wife was in on the all-out assault on Coach Hickmon.

  23. I was at the Orange Bowl when Kansas played Va Tech. Talib was unreal. He purposely left an out route open to tempt the QB to throw it. The instant that the QB was committed to the throw, Talb broke on the ball. Pop! And pick six. You cannot prosecute him or any family members. He has earned their rite of passage. Unfortunate event. Drop charges snd move the he’ll on. Did he shoot one of the kids ? No

  24. Hopefully these children don’t get PTSD from witnessing this tragedy. The affect this will have in their future is scary.

  25. Everyone please get to know who your kid’s coaches are when it comes to sports. Some of these guys should not be around kids much less coach them.

  26. If not for the video, this couldve played out so much differently’ you already hear the Talibs’ lawyers acting like they were just innocent guys defending themselves from an attacker. Put em both away.

  27. There are a lot of thugs calling themselves coaches and they don’t know one thing about sportsmanship….God help us!!!!

  28. That man was murdered in cold blood in front of of his own son. Yaqub deserves nothing less than life without parole for this, and if it’s true Aqib threw the first punch he should at minimum get charged with assault and battery.

  29. Gonna bring a gun to a pee wee game!!!! Wow what a scumbag!!! Justice for Mike Hickmon!!!!

  30. What’s truly shocking is that gunfire is so commonplace for black Americans, they don’t even have the instinct to get their kids out of the area after somebody is shot dead.

  31. This is all Aquib Talib fault if he wasn’t sitting up there instigating stuff this mess would’ve never happen

  32. The Democrat Left doesn’t care about black death unless they can benefit from it. Black people, who vote 85-95% for Democrats, are still too stuck on stupid to understand that.

  33. Sad shooting a defenseless man that was giving his time to coach this is pathetic and the talibs think they are gangsters they are idiots

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