Cowboys’ controversial Greg Hardy stars in rap video, fires back at critics

Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Greg Hardy stars in a new rap video filled with gunfire, strippers and a message to his critics: “I’m just me.”

TMZ Sports got its hands on the video, which can be seen here in its entirety. According to TMZ, the video for “I’m Just Me” was shot with rapper Ja Alan in late 2014 while Hardy was suspended by the NFL over the incident that saw him accused of assaulting his girlfriend and throwing her on a couch covered with guns.

In the video, a defiant Hardy raps that “what you see is what you get” and says he won’t get “played” by any girls. His verse includes gunfire sounds and a stripper appears on screen as well.

This caps off a week in which Hardy returned from suspension, made controversial comments about Tom Brady’s wife and was defended by Jerry Jones after speaking about returning to the field “guns blazing.” If Hardy was hoping to rehabilitate his image or appear apologetic or contrite, this won’t help, but it seems he has little interest in doing so at all.

More from Larry Brown Sports: