Pacman Jones on ESPN Radio: ‘Hoe, where in the f— did you come from?’
Adam “Pacman” Jones made an appearance on ESPN Radio recently in an attempt to clear up some of the rumors that are swirling around regarding his recent arrest. Last monday, Jones was arrested for assaulting a 34-year-old woman at a downtown Cincinnati nightclub. He later plead not guilty and claimed he simply acted in self-defense, which is a story Pacman is sticking to.
On Wednesday, Pacman tried to explain what we all saw on this video, which looked him hitting a woman in the face when he could have easily walked away.
“You see at the beginning of the video I went over there to talk to the two young ladies who were sitting in the chair,” Jones explained. “And the two behind them wasn’t even outside. When I went back over there and told them I ain’t taking no pictures, the young lady in the black immediately got up and that’s when I was approached by the young lady on the wall with the beer who was taking a picture. I was like, ‘Hoe, where in the f— did you come from?’
“She was like, ‘Who the (expletive) you think you is?’ And I was like ‘Look, I don’t want any problems, man. You look like you’ve had too many.’ Before I could say that is when I got hit with the bottle. She swung and hit me with a bottle and it was just an instant reaction to slap her shoulder down.”
You can hear the clip below, which obviously contains NSFW language:
It’s hard to tell from the video if Jones actually did hit the woman in the face, but it certainly doesn’t look like she “hit” him with the bottle when she reached over the fence. The video makes it seem like she went to dump something on him and he could have easily just backed away.
However, we’re getting away from the point. Did Pacman Jones really just try to help his case by appearing on live radio and saying, “Hoe, where in the f— did you come from?” Yes, yes I believe he did.