In case you haven’t heard, there was a fight at the Bowling Alley in East Hampton last week. A brawl of about 20 people took place outside the establishment as officers responded and were forced to use pepper spray to break up the fight. When the battling dispersed, police were able to get names of the offenders.
You know, growing up on the mean streets of East Hampton, where certain colors just ain’t allowed to fly in certain places, fights are going to break out every once in a while outside the bowling alley. It’s a part of living in the hood, amongst gangsters like “Jerry the nose Seinfeld” and “Alec the killer Baldwin.”
Everybody knows that you are going to get a beat down if you fly your Abercrombie colors in a Lacoste shirt area. “ABERCROMBIE REPRESENT PLAYA!”
It ain’t easy living in the hood, fighting over territory outside of the bowling alley. Thug life, East Hampton playa. What up. Livin’ hard on the mean streets of Further Lane. It ain’t easy being a teenager in the Hamptons playa, there ain’t no rules in this hood, even hats can go on sideways, word up. I gotst to count up my cash ‘cause my minds on my money and my money’s on my mind and then it is going to go DOWN at the bowling alley, or possibly the beach, or maybe the dark and dangerous alley of the movie theater, or perhaps by the duck pond.
The duck pond, YOU DO NOT WANT TO DEAL WITH THE INTENSITY THAT GOES DOWN AT THE DUCK POND!!!
The mean streets of East Hampton. It ain’t easy bro.