News: Jim Jones, Joe Budden, Warren G React To Tiger Woods' Statement, "I Wouldn't Apologize For Sh*t"
Friday, Feb 19, 2010 2:25PM
Jim Jones, Joe Budden and Warren G have shared their reactions to the press conference golf star Tiger Woods held today about his alleged affairs.
From the "Capo's" perspective, Tiger's financial wealth should not have forced him to address the media.
"If I had a billion I woulnt apologize for sh*t," Jones wrote following Tiger's statement on Friday, "especialy not 2 th media my wife kids mayb depends on how my billion make me feel tht day lol." (Jim Jones' Twitter)
Budden also offered up some alternate options Tiger could have taken.
"#tigershouldve been escorted 2 the stage by 2 bad white chics ! #tigershouldve ended his speech with, "i'm the best golfer even when i'm not golfing #tigershouldve started his speech by saying "THATS Y I F*CKED YO B*TCH U FAT MUTHAF*CKA, WEST SIDE, BADBOY KILLERS" LOL #tigershouldve held the press conference at Sin City/Suez #tigershouldve had lil Kim & 50 perform "magic stick" as he approached the podium #tigershouldve said "i need help, i have an erection RIGHT NOW" (Joe Budden's Twitter)
Warren felt Tiger should be given a second chance and return to the golf course.
"Pr stunt what! This lady said she is not a porn star anymore but the thing is she quit her job it's very clear Tiger get back outthere and play ball homey everybody make mistakes it's over ask for forgiveness from the wife and god." (Warren G's Twitter)
In his statement, Tiger said he was currently trying to work his family problems out internally.
"While I have always tried to be private, I have a few things to say. Elin and i have started to work though this. As she has told me, my real apology to her will not be in words but in action, however what we say to each other will be private. I am also aware of the pain I have caused everyone in this room I have let you down and let down my fans, for many my behavior has been a major disappointment, my behavior has caused considerable worry to my business partners ,and everyone involved in my business, but most importantly to the young people we influence, I apologize." (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Check out the Tiger Woods "Voicemail" spoof below: