Hunters and Stereotypes
Hunters and country singers have both been plagued with negative stereotypes. They’re just too easy to make fun of. It’s probably not fair, but then again stereotypes usually get started for a reason. This pitiful douchebag is a shining example.
Country singer Troy Lee Gentry has earned the title of lowlife scumbag of the week. He purchased a tame black bear from a wildlife photographer. He paid $4,650 for the bear, and then he killed it with a bow and arrow inside an enclosed pen. Brave little fuckstick, eh?
And that’s not all. Gentry videotaped the killing of the bear, and then he edited the video to make it look like he was killing the bear out in the wild, in a real hunting situation.
Gentry and the wildlife photographer who sold him the bear have both been given sealed indictments. If convicted they could face up to five years in prison. Hopefully they’ll both get 300-pound sweaty cellmates who will, uh, put them through their paces. They deserve to be passed around from cell to cell like a peace pipe (as Jack Nicholson said in Anger Management).
Gentry’s most famous country hit is “If you ever stop loving me I’ll kill you Bitch.”