Apparently didn’t get enough attention as a child

Police said Friday a business owner and former NFL player allegedly staged a burglary in a restaurant he owned and vandalized the building, possibly trying to make it look like a hate crime.

Edawn Coughman, 31, of Buford owns multiple Create & Bake Pizza franchises in Gwinnett County along with Coughman’s Creamery, an ice cream shop in Lawrenceville. Police said Coughman allegedly vandalized his own business, marking it with graffiti that included the n-word, “Monkey,” “MAGA” and swastikas on the walls and booths of the restaurant in spray paint.

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8 Responses to Apparently didn’t get enough attention as a child

  1. gamachinist says:

    Wants an outpouring of “love ($)” from the community.

  2. Martinez Alex says:

    Had the American Dream in his hand, pissed it all away.

  3. crazyeighter says:

    I’d have an audit of his finances; I’d bet the business was about to go bankrupt.

  4. Wolffman says:

    I guess he’s just trying to upstage Jusse Smolett, poor, misunderstood racist…

  5. Steve says:

    Guess he never heard of jusse smollet

  6. Rick says:

    Cpl Pihera is exactly right when she notes the great importance of the one witness and the fast response of the cops. Otherwise, we’d have one more of the privileged color talking of that there oh pr’shun.

  7. (((Doc B))) says:


    A washed up jock did something stupid? Be still my beating heart. At least he didn’t end on the TV trying to sound all deep and philosophical when talking about the sportsball during the halftime show.

    I bet money the dumbass was caught on his own security cameras too…….because racisim and shit.

  8. Rayvet says:

    Remember folks, if it’s labeled “Hate Crime”, it’s a set up. Pretty straightforward. That concluded today’s lesson on understanding “the woke” community.

Play nice.