F*ck a Thug: Michael Vick’s “Can’t Get Right” Little Brother “Marcus” Sentenced to 20 Days In The Can!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: F*ck a Thug, News, One-Time

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Marcus Vick is the dumb little brother of Michael Vick. Marcus had his college and high school career sent to him on a silver platter because of his brother. He received a scholarship to Virginia Tech and was just as good, if not better, than Michael.  This dummy is black balled from NFL teams and is about to do 20 days in jail for violating his probation:

Marcus Vick was sentenced to 20 days in jail on Thursday after a judge in Norfolk ruled that he had fulfilled none of the requirements of his probation from an arrest last fall. The 25-year-old Vick, who played quarterback at Warwick High School and Virginia Tech before his NFL career fizzled, was released on bond after his attorney announced plans to appeal the sentence. Vick, the younger brother of embattled NFL star Michael Vick, was convicted last October for driving under the influence, eluding a police officer, and driving on the wrong side of a divided highway. His 12-month prison sentence was suspended, with the provisions that he pay court costs, complete the Alcohol Safety Action Program and stay away from drugs and alcohol.

Subsequently, Vick tested positive for marijuana at a screening, failed to complete the counseling program and did not pay court costs until Thursday. Attorney Lawrence Woodward says Vick admitted in court that he would likely test positive for marijuana use again if tested, according to The Associated Press. A date for the case to next be handled in Norfolk Circuit Court has not yet been set.

Marcus had it all…until he invited some underage white girl into his room and chopped her down after saucing her up in his last season at Tech. Ever since then, he has been on this downward spiral. Michael.. you got your own problems, so do what you can for your brother from afar.

This dude needs to get the hell out of your shadow and grow up Mike!



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