Becks vs. The Hater, Round 3
I recently said that I've been trying not to write anything that I wouldn't say to someone's face and here's a great example of why that's a good move. You never know when your snide remark will be seen/heard by it's subject and when it is you better have the stones to back up it. Otherwise you come off all chickensh*t like this dude. Not a good look son.
And to be clear I'm not saying Becks should be out confronting every heckler he comes across --when you are a figure that is as polarizing as he is I guess it comes with the territory-- but I kind of respect that he doesn't just lie there and take it. You'd think that after his run-ins with fans in K.C. and L.A. last year people realize that he's not going to be a clay pigeon for them to take shots at.