17 Sep 2014 06:00:24 AM
[VIDEO] Dana White Shows Off His Money Gun Filled With Heroin Bullets, Or Whatever, For Jetset Magazine
Dana White has long been known to have a…let’s call it “eccentric” taste in art. Look no further than the paintings and portraits lining the walls of his office, which range from a Yakuza member having sex to a gorilla holding a gun, to confirm this. Basically, The Baldfather’s art collection is an extension of his personality: abrasive, extravagant, slightly intimidating, and lacking in anything resembling nuance. You might even say that Dana White is to collecting art what Miley Cyrus is to making it.
Taking some time away from his busy schedule, White recently gave the folks at Jetset Magazine (whatever that is) a tour of “the most testosterone-filled office in the world” while more or less discussing how baller his life is. It was a pretty interesting interview for the most part — a clashing of cultures reminiscent of his bizarre luncheon with the Financial Times. The far and away most head-scratching moment came early on, however, when White showed off one of his favorite art pieces: An AK-47 wrapped in dollar bills and stuffed with heroin and cocaine. We’re guessing that the artist behind it goes by a pseudonym.
That’s a gun that’s taped up in dollar bills. What this piece of art represents is … literally on the other side on that clip, those are all real drugs in there. There’s cocaine, black tar, heroin, and a bunch of other actual legit drugs that are in the clip over there. It represents what war is really all about. What happens as a result of war. It’s all about money, what happens to the soldiers who go over and fight, most of them become addicted to drugs or messed up somehow. So it’s pretty cool what this piece of art represents.
Today’s lesson: If you are a rich white man, you can possess cocaine and heroin as long as it’s “art.” (And by “art”, we mean a base-level interpretation of war delivered with the subtlety of an Ed Hardy rape whistle.)Read More DIGG THIS