Byron Jones, Entertainment Weekly • March 28, 2019 11:02:17A few weeks ago, a photo of Jaywalker holding the injured rapper’s son in his arms sparked a social media frenzy and prompted the rapper to issue a clarification.
In a video posted to his Instagram page, Jaywalker explains that he “doesn’t have a problem with my son being hurt” and is not a fan of his “flaming tweet.”
But he also adds that he has a personal responsibility to his son.
“My kid needs me,” Jaywalker says.
“If I had a son, he would be a better father.”
This isn’t the first time Jaywalker has addressed the issue of injured players in a video.
In November, Jaywalk addressed the topic in an Instagram post titled “No problem if my kid is injured,” which was captioned, “No big deal.
Just take care of yourself.”
But now, with the help of Instagram, it seems that many other players are speaking out on the issue.
In his Instagram post, JayWalker goes on to explain that the issue isn’t new and that it is just “a problem that people don’t see or hear about.”
“This has happened before and it’s something that can happen to anybody,” he says.
“This is just another example of how hard this game is.
This is something that people are really, really good at.
They know what it’s like to get hurt, they’re really good about dealing with it, and we’re all going to continue to do that.”