Crawford comments on body shop incident


WBO junior welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford has commented on recent press reports regarding a dispute he had with the owner of a local auto body shop. Omaha police ticketed Crawford over the incident.

Bud posted the following on his Facebook page:

April 22 at 9:08am ·
Ok so i wasnt even going to entertain this nonsense all over some guy trying to get some money outta me but since the media is trying to make me out to be the bad guy for taking whats mines ima say this: don’t believe everything you see on tv i rightfully took what was mine and in court we will all see the truth come out so to the media that said I turned myself like i was in jail lol thats ok its they job to get stories and I don’t fault them on that but my problem is when they put out false information so with that been said Channel 6 Channel 7 news and Omaha World Herald will never be able to ever get a interview from me again sorry to the ones that support me that work for the media but been that yall all work for the same company I will no longer have interviews with those media stations I will continue to do my best to represent my city and keep putting Omaha on the map why people like this guy keep trying to keep us down but he or anybody else can stop whats destined to be so with that been said hope everyone have a great day and look forward to July 23rd fight in Las Vegas 👊👊👊👊

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