Marcus Spears challenges Dak Prescott to do better after QB reportedly broke social distancing guidelines by hosting party
Marcus Spears is pretty disappointed in Dak Prescott.
If you missed the news, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback reportedly hosted a party with 30 guests recently that had many calling out the star signal-caller.
After hearing that news, Spears took the opportunity to call out Prescott for during his recent appearance on ESPN program “First Take” on Monday.
“This was one of the most disrespectful things I’ve seen in a long time and being tone-deaf,” Spears said on the show. “I heard Stephen A. [Smith] say stupid, I would categorize it as that as well. Because it’s not so much about, for me, the social gathering. If you paid any attention to Instagram, television, the news that’s being reported, you see the devastation of what this is doing to the people that are having to treat COVID-19 patients.
“You see nurses crying on Instagram concerned about taking this disease home to their parents, and I understand that the general public is suffering and people are dying and this situation is different than any situation we’ve ever had. But the disrespect. To do this, and recognize that people that have to, presumably, take care of you after these dumb social gatherings, that you should not be having by the way, it’s the one that that really irks me and rubs me the wrong way.”
You can check out Spears’ full clip on Dak Prescott below courtesy of “First Take”:
"This was one of the most disrespectful things I've seen in a long time."@mspears96 went OFF about hearing reports that police were called to investigate a potential party at Dak Prescott's house. pic.twitter.com/NsEUSQMLVS
— First Take (@FirstTake) April 13, 2020