The rotund running back has accused Carolina Panthers running backs DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart of swagger-jacking (which is a felony in the state of Tennessee) after he learned Williams and Stewart were using the nickname "Smash and Dash" -- which White claims to haved originated.
"If they want a nickname, I can nickname them: 'Identity and Theft,'" said White, who's successfully paired with the speedy rookie Chris Johnson this season. "...I was upset because I made that phrase up myself. I mean I made it up. I don't know about NFL Network and all those other guys. I heard somebody say, 'Batman and Robin,' that's like cute, that's for them. If they want that name they can have it. The 'Smash and Dash' is something I made up."
"We've got a copyright and everything for it, I'll make sure I show the documents," White said. "It's well trademarked and it's copy written. I don't know if we're going to take legal action or not."
But White didn't end there. He's not happy with the ordeal, to the point where he dropped some new-fangled slang on reporters:
"If you guys don't know what that is, it's swagger-jacked and I can't believe that happened to me. Somebody messed up my whole swag and that's not cool."
I was recently swagger jacked the other day and have yet to recover.
And finally, I get to use the "swagger jackers" tag!
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