- Joel Rodgers
“Get you some business, bruh!” a phrase dubbed as ‘Shreveport’s first motto of 2019’ Shreveport police officer Eric Hall Sr. is the man who said it, and now you can even buy a trademarked t-shirt from the now Shreveport famous cop. (click here to buy the shirt) The site is getyousomebusinessbruh.com
Shreveport’s first arrest of 2019 was made by Shreveport officer Eric Hall Sr. But you already knew that. The video has been viewed millions of times on social media. Now — new details from that night will provide answers to many questions the video didn’t show. You know, the video on our RSHV Sports Facebook page.
Reading the comments, you’ll notice several people say “he didn’t touch the officer” — but there’s no way know 100-percent, because the camera pans away for two-seconds; 2-seconds that RSHV News 1 has now accounted for. He did it. The guy pushed the cop. We’ve confirmed from a source within the Shreveport Police Department that the man did push him.
We’ve also confirmed that you can get you t-shirts from officer Eric Hall Sr by clicking here.
At the 1:24 mark of the 2:13 video the camera pans away from Officer Hall and the ‘bruh’ who refused to “get some business.” During that time the man put his hands on officer Hall. It was right after the man said “back up off me, b*tch” — he then attempted to push Officer Hall. A terrible decision landing him in jail. This has been a much talked about part in the video, but it’s now confirmed the man did push officer Hall.
Thank you officer Eric Hall Sr. for working the streets of Shreveport, keeping us safe, and delivering the coolest line ever. Hall says he started saying “get you some business, bruh” 21 years ago in his hometown of Memphis.
Click here to get your shirt from officer Hall. Get you a t-shirt, bruh! haha!