Let this be a learning lesson: you should never bring your horse into the club.
The famous musical artist CeeLo Green made an infamous entrance into the “in memoriam” birthday party for the late Shawty Lo. I know if you are a country music fan, you may have never heard of any of these artists, and that’s okay. The point of this article is to see a grown-ass celebrity get bucked off a horse.
The singer-songwriter known for his vocals on the song “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkely and the 2010 radio hit “F*ck You” was unfortunately told “F*ck You” by the horse he rode in on in this “Crazy” horseback riding gone-wrong incident (nailed it).
Things don’t look very promising from the get-go in this viral video. The horse is clearly uncomfortable walking into the club, and rightfully so. “CeeLo Green rides a horse into a bar” sounds like the set up for an incredible joke, but instead it all actually unfolds in this hilarious video.
Why does CeeLo Green feel the need to ride in on a horse in the first place? I’m not sure he’s ever been associated with a horse in his entire life, and now the one time that he is, the internet has turned the whole thing into a meme.
Thankfully, no one was hurt in the incident (except for CeeLo Green’s ego), but I think the horse had the right to get CeeLo off his back. It looks like the slippery concrete was the culprit.
Plus, Green landed rather gracefully and popped right back up, so there’s really no harm, no foul.
Or maybe there is a foul, according to the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals…
PETA had some kind words to say about the incident:
“It doesn’t take a genius to know that horses don’t belong at a noisy, crowded party, where slippery floors and strobe lights can agitate these vulnerable animals.
If CeeLo bumped his head, PETA’s hoping it knocked some sense and compassion into him. PETA encourages others to not follow in his footsteps, use common senses and kindness and leave animals alone.”
Damn, PETA, have mercy…
There was no holding back from PETA, and now I have my fingers crossed that CeeLo Green drops a “diss track” in response to PETA’s burn. If you are reading this CeeLo Green, the clap-back song could be called “Please Excuse This Ass-whoopin’ (PETA).”
Just get in touch with me Mr. Green and I’ll send you an invoice…
And here’s another one for PETA… just for free: