Will.I.Am Wants to Try Out for Dolphins

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If you ask us, way too many of Will.i.am's dreams have come true. The Black Eyed Peas' resident shoddy producer has an ever growing ego, and now he has another modest dream: trying out for the Miami Dolphins. We say let him.

Will.i.am took to some website called Dipdive... 

To brag about how fast he his... 
And how much he likes smoking dudes... 
For some reason he type like this for the entire thing...

So, now he wants to be the Dolphins punt returner, and made a video about it.

We say let him, but before hand tell Joey Porter he's been going around talking shit about his mama. Then let Joey on the field, and let the fun begin.

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