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Sometimes, we have a hard time relating to Mark Wahlberg.
Like the time Wahlberg compared DeflateGate to a violent hate crime. That was something we just couldn't get on board with. We figured that was some sort of Marky-Mark logic that only made sense in Marky-Mark's funky brain.
Mark Wahlberg Compares DeflateGate to Violent Hate Crime
As you probably know, the Entourage movie hit theaters this week, and as an executive bro-ducer and bro-spiration for the main character, Mark Wahlberg has been making the press rounds to bro-mote the film.
Of course, there are some major differences between Wahlberg and Adrian Grenier's character, such as the fact that Vincent Chase is from New York, not Boston, and he never violently assaulted a Vietnamese immigrant in a racially-charged hate crime.