Deion Sanders has never been known to hold his tongue about anything, and even more so now that he is a head coach of Jackson State Tigers. Therefore, whenever Sanders says something out of the ordinary, it almost always generates much traction.
Coach Prime is once again providing prime content when he posted a video of him talking to his team during a meeting about toilet paper issues in one of their facility’s bathrooms. What made the conversation so funny is the fact that Sanders continued to call toilet paper “booty paper.”
Sanders posted the video on his Twitter page with the caption, “Coach Prime Hates Booty Paper.”
“This pisses me off,” Sanders told his team. “I’m tired of this. I know this is funny, but when you go pee and somebody leaves their booty paper on the toilet, I’ve got a problem with that. How hard is it to take your booty paper and just throw it in the toilet and flush it? … Now, the next person who comes to the bathroom has to touch your booty paper and put it in the toilet to flush. I gotta problem with that.
“So every time I find booty paper on the toilet, I’m just going to bar that whole toilet and that’s just gonna minimize your toilets down every time I catch one of them.”
The coach threatened to take away a stall if the team doesn’t clean up their act.
“So y’all going to mess around and have two toilets around here and everybody lining up to doodle,” Sanders said. “Please – just be polite with your teammates. Treat the toilet like your momma’s got next. Alright? Just treat the toilet like your momma’s got next.
“OK, now let’s move on to the football stuff.”
Quarterback Shedeur Sanders made history in his freshman season at Jackson State. Sanders became the first HBCU player to win the Jerry Rice award. He, along with his dad, helped lead the Tigers to their first 11-win season in program history and first SWAC championship since 2007.