Bubba the Love Sponge® blasts parents for officer’s murder

February 25th, 2011 by Staff

www.wtsp.com – In his new segment Thursday night on 10 News, Bring It on Bubba, Bubba the Love Sponge® talks about a topic close to him and his crew. The shooting death of Officer David Crawford allegedlly by a 16 year-old came less than a month after the murders of two other St. Petersburg Police Officers.

The Bubba the Love Sponge® Foundation has been raising money for the fallen officers and for other Florida law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.

According to the foundation’s website they’ve donated money to the families of Tampa Police Corporal Mike Roberts, Polk County Sgt. Ronnie Brown, Dixie County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Chad Reed, St Johns County Deputy James Anderson, Jr., Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Patrick Ambroise, Tampa Police Officers Jeffrey Kocab and David Curtis and Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Longway.

On Sunday, March 20 the foundation is hosting Bubba’s Bikes for Badges. It’s a 3rd annual event will be held at Jim’s Harley-Davidson. It includes a ride around Pinellas County, silent auction, 50/50 raffle. a poker crawl with a $2,500 prize, a bike show, a bikini bike wash and more.

Advanced registration is $15 and $20 on the day of the event.

Register online at https://www.btlsfoundation.org/


12 Responses

  1. Shonboy

    100000000000000000000000000000000000000000% UPBRINGING!!!!!

  2. Scott Whetstone

    Bubbas a FN Carpenter Hits da Nail On da Head Every Time!

  3. J.r

    Just have to say I think the parents should be charged with murder as well as their punk ass juvenile. I have hatred from anyone black, white, or whatever race that kills leo’s.

  4. Colleen

    Bubba, you should lose the sunglasses-they are acting like a shield between you and the audience that you are trying to reach. Personally I hate having a conversation with someone who’s eyes I can’t see. If your audience cannot see the emotion of what you are sayng in your eyes, then how will you be taken at full face value? Forget about trying to be cool, just be yourself.If you mean it, let us see it.

  5. Elizabeth

    Here’s the problem Bubba…the parents will cry “we’re the victims! – I did my best!” They will NEVER take responsibility, just like they werern’t responsible enough to use birth control which is why that PUNK A** piece of crap is here in the first place!! It is A L W A Y S somebody elses fault…that is the sad truth….I agree with another comment – throw the sorry as* parent in jail right along side that rotten brat – after all, aren’t they supposed to be held accountable for this brat’s actions??

  6. gino

    bad parenting at its best

  7. gino

    another by product

  8. Anthony

    Is it me or does this segment with bubba on the news remind you of family guy when peter does what really grinds my gears–lol

  9. steve

    who dressed this guy?

  10. MsBooker

    I realize this seems to look like a white vs black problem. And being a white woman, I am ashamed. I am ashamed we live today with this issue still in the limelight. I agree with many things said on this video, and yes I am a white woman. I pay taxes, and vote and send my teens to public schools and pay these taxes like many. I am refused any sort of government help. So being a self emplyed white woman I agree with many, many things said and represented. I dis- agree with a few, but my biggest issue is just this. It is not a black and white. issue… it is a low- class, non money having vs the elite, or wealthy class. I am a white woman with not many means to get by today. And yet my husband whom was in the system and not convicted was treated like a dog. A white dog. So I say enough of the black and white. it is money vs non money having people. I am ashamed at the standings today, and I am ashamed at where we truelly are as a society. I am not very verbose. But my heart breaks at the thought nothing has or will change, and death may be the only change.

  11. Elizabeth

    Ms. Booker – I too am a white woman, gainfully employed, homeowner, tax payer…i was raised in a very modest home with hard working parent and we barely scraped by. NEVER, NOT ONCE, did any of my siblings or myself (there are four of us) get into any trouble with the law…NONE…why?? because our parents DISCIPLINED US!!! That’s right!! They would have BEAT OUR ASSES if we got into any type of trouble with the law. PERIOD!!! They raised us right – and that cost NO MONEY!!! so, you can blame it on money, but that is just an excuse. I know plenty of folks who you can call “poor” who have raised well-behaved kids who have respect for their parents, teachers, law enforcement, and others in general. No money is no excuse for not teaching children right from wrong.

  12. Luetch

    Why is Sirius on your shirt??

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