He says he was tired of hearing Yo Mamma Jokes telling the men he had had enough. So the men who were telling the jokes, turned around and allegedly hit him and robbed him.
Carl Gibson Jr., told Brenham police that while he was at Henderson Park he was approached by five or six African-American males who were telling the offensive jokes. Police say Gibson asked the men to stop, but instead they struck him in the face with a tire iron or some kind of stick.
Police say the young men then grabbed two of his three cell phones and the cash he had in his pocket. Gibson was hurt but didn't want medical treatment.
No arrests yet in the Yo Mamma joke stick up.
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