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Why is AJ McCarron scared of the Grammy's?

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So like most of America, Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J McCarron sat down last night and watched the Grammy's.

There's no story there, lots of pro athletes tweeted about the music awards. McCarron though took a different view of the transpiring events. Tweeting from his account @10AJMcCarron, the QB said:

"Is it just me or are some of the Grammy performances so far seem to be really demonic?? Looks like there is a lot of evil in the world.."

Okay, yes Beyonce crawled along the floor kind of creepily, and maybe Katy Perry dressed up as a witch and burnt herself at a stake.

But he didn't even wait for bands like Nine Inch Nails and Metallica to perform on stage before preaching to his 267,000 followers. Those guys must have scared the poor boys phone straight out of his hands. 

And he should wait till he gets drafted, there's much more scarier things in the NFL than Taylor Swift. 

My favourite reply to the tweet comes from someone by the name of @Phylan - a person with a dog wearing goggles as his picture - who simply put: "Satan is great. Open your heart to him, as so many of us already have."

There's your life lesson for today kids, the Grammy's are evil and all dogs don't want to go to heaven. 

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