Ran into Axell Hodges at LL

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8/6/2017 5:51 PM

I've heard the guy is a bit of a douche, guess it wasn't a rumor.

Thursday we were hanging out and my kid spotted him walking towards us. I look up and see him wearing a shirt that says Slay on the front and sort of chuckled at the idea of someone wearing one of their own shirts.
So my kid goes to approach him and I stay back and watch as my kid is pretty excited. Someone that knew Axell stopped him and they chatted for a minute. As they are talking, my kid is patiently waiting and giving them their space. Axell looked right at him and saw him waiting.
So he finishes up his conversation and immediately takes off, not even taking a second to acknowledge my kid stading there waiting on him.
I get that he may have had something going on and had somewhere to go, but don't ignore your fans. I wasn't much of a fan anyway, especially after he called the cops at the Xgames. My kid was a fan though, but he certainly lost my kid as a fan.

We met so many pros and up coming stars that were more than gracious this week. People that appreciated the fact that they had fans or a kid that looked up to them. Axell won't be around long if that's how he acts.

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8/6/2017 5:53 PM

damn

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8/6/2017 6:32 PM

Braaaphole wrote:

I've heard the guy is a bit of a douche, guess it wasn't a rumor.

Thursday we were hanging out and my kid spotted him walking towards us. I look up and see him wearing a shirt that says Slay on the front and sort of chuckled at the idea of someone wearing one of their own shirts.
So my kid goes to approach him and I stay back and watch as my kid is pretty excited. Someone that knew Axell stopped him and they chatted for a minute. As they are talking, my kid is patiently waiting and giving them their space. Axell looked right at him and saw him waiting.
So he finishes up his conversation and immediately takes off, not even taking a second to acknowledge my kid stading there waiting on him.
I get that he may have had something going on and had somewhere to go, but don't ignore your fans. I wasn't much of a fan anyway, especially after he called the cops at the Xgames. My kid was a fan though, but he certainly lost my kid as a fan.

We met so many pros and up coming stars that were more than gracious this week. People that appreciated the fact that they had fans or a kid that looked up to them. Axell won't be around long if that's how he acts.

Nothing worse than a snitch, let alone a stuck up little fucking rich boy who's had daddy buy him five of everything since he could walk. I respect his skill on a bike but he's clearly a clown. I've had my five year old meet plenty of Aussie pro's over here and they all have been the most laid back and chilled out dudes.

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8/6/2017 7:20 PM

Here is how a goat treats fans at LL'sPhoto

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8/6/2017 7:32 PM

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Strange, he was cool with my son.
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Take it to the limit, one more time!

8/6/2017 7:33 PM

Braaaphole wrote:

I've heard the guy is a bit of a douche, guess it wasn't a rumor.

Thursday we were hanging out and my kid spotted him walking towards us. I look up and see him wearing a shirt that says Slay on the front and sort of chuckled at the idea of someone wearing one of their own shirts.
So my kid goes to approach him and I stay back and watch as my kid is pretty excited. Someone that knew Axell stopped him and they chatted for a minute. As they are talking, my kid is patiently waiting and giving them their space. Axell looked right at him and saw him waiting.
So he finishes up his conversation and immediately takes off, not even taking a second to acknowledge my kid stading there waiting on him.
I get that he may have had something going on and had somewhere to go, but don't ignore your fans. I wasn't much of a fan anyway, especially after he called the cops at the Xgames. My kid was a fan though, but he certainly lost my kid as a fan.

We met so many pros and up coming stars that were more than gracious this week. People that appreciated the fact that they had fans or a kid that looked up to them. Axell won't be around long if that's how he acts.

I enjoy watching Axell throw his bike around , but seriously , tell your kids ( in a nice way ) to admire someone who actually accomplished something on a bike. Axell didn't. Skills for sure.....but on the racing end of things , he never accomplished shit , and is only in those Monster commercials because his daddy is a big wig.

Side note : ...I've always stuck up for Axell on here for his skill on a bike , but one of those skills like " racing "....he really didn't do much. If it wasn't for Axell's dad , he wouldn't be anything but some free-riding goon that nobody has ever heard of. Didn't hurt having your brother film all the stuff either.

Good kid probably....but prima donna at it's finest.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

8/6/2017 7:48 PM

Who's Axell Hodges?

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8/6/2017 8:05 PM

Braaaphole wrote:

I've heard the guy is a bit of a douche, guess it wasn't a rumor.

Thursday we were hanging out and my kid spotted him walking towards us. I look up and see him wearing a shirt that says Slay on the front and sort of chuckled at the idea of someone wearing one of their own shirts.
So my kid goes to approach him and I stay back and watch as my kid is pretty excited. Someone that knew Axell stopped him and they chatted for a minute. As they are talking, my kid is patiently waiting and giving them their space. Axell looked right at him and saw him waiting.
So he finishes up his conversation and immediately takes off, not even taking a second to acknowledge my kid stading there waiting on him.
I get that he may have had something going on and had somewhere to go, but don't ignore your fans. I wasn't much of a fan anyway, especially after he called the cops at the Xgames. My kid was a fan though, but he certainly lost my kid as a fan.

We met so many pros and up coming stars that were more than gracious this week. People that appreciated the fact that they had fans or a kid that looked up to them. Axell won't be around long if that's how he acts.

jeffro503 wrote:

I enjoy watching Axell throw his bike around , but seriously , tell your kids ( in a nice way ) to admire someone who actually accomplished something on a bike. Axell didn't. Skills for sure.....but on the racing end of things , he never accomplished shit , and is only in those Monster commercials because his daddy is a big wig.

Side note : ...I've always stuck up for Axell on here for his skill on a bike , but one of those skills like " racing "....he really didn't do much. If it wasn't for Axell's dad , he wouldn't be anything but some free-riding goon that nobody has ever heard of. Didn't hurt having your brother film all the stuff either.

Good kid probably....but prima donna at it's finest.

Amen. Got more time for nico izzi than hodges, atleast Izzi could score points at a national.

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8/6/2017 9:50 PM

Braaaphole wrote:

I've heard the guy is a bit of a douche, guess it wasn't a rumor.

Thursday we were hanging out and my kid spotted him walking towards us. I look up and see him wearing a shirt that says Slay on the front and sort of chuckled at the idea of someone wearing one of their own shirts.
So my kid goes to approach him and I stay back and watch as my kid is pretty excited. Someone that knew Axell stopped him and they chatted for a minute. As they are talking, my kid is patiently waiting and giving them their space. Axell looked right at him and saw him waiting.
So he finishes up his conversation and immediately takes off, not even taking a second to acknowledge my kid stading there waiting on him.
I get that he may have had something going on and had somewhere to go, but don't ignore your fans. I wasn't much of a fan anyway, especially after he called the cops at the Xgames. My kid was a fan though, but he certainly lost my kid as a fan.

We met so many pros and up coming stars that were more than gracious this week. People that appreciated the fact that they had fans or a kid that looked up to them. Axell won't be around long if that's how he acts.

jeffro503 wrote:

I enjoy watching Axell throw his bike around , but seriously , tell your kids ( in a nice way ) to admire someone who actually accomplished something on a bike. Axell didn't. Skills for sure.....but on the racing end of things , he never accomplished shit , and is only in those Monster commercials because his daddy is a big wig.

Side note : ...I've always stuck up for Axell on here for his skill on a bike , but one of those skills like " racing "....he really didn't do much. If it wasn't for Axell's dad , he wouldn't be anything but some free-riding goon that nobody has ever heard of. Didn't hurt having your brother film all the stuff either.

Good kid probably....but prima donna at it's finest.

I'm not going to stick up for the kid, because I don't know him, but according to ML, his dad isn't a Monster big wig. He earned his money some other way, but I've never heard anyone really say what he does/did.
Axell's career seems to have more to do with his brother's video camera (and his own obvious skills on a bike) than with who his dad is.

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8/7/2017 2:00 PM

i personally like watching his videos, i find them entertaining. i could care less about his lack of "racing" street cred

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8/9/2017 12:47 PM

Braaaphole wrote:

I've heard the guy is a bit of a douche, guess it wasn't a rumor.

Thursday we were hanging out and my kid spotted him walking towards us. I look up and see him wearing a shirt that says Slay on the front and sort of chuckled at the idea of someone wearing one of their own shirts.
So my kid goes to approach him and I stay back and watch as my kid is pretty excited. Someone that knew Axell stopped him and they chatted for a minute. As they are talking, my kid is patiently waiting and giving them their space. Axell looked right at him and saw him waiting.
So he finishes up his conversation and immediately takes off, not even taking a second to acknowledge my kid stading there waiting on him.
I get that he may have had something going on and had somewhere to go, but don't ignore your fans. I wasn't much of a fan anyway, especially after he called the cops at the Xgames. My kid was a fan though, but he certainly lost my kid as a fan.

We met so many pros and up coming stars that were more than gracious this week. People that appreciated the fact that they had fans or a kid that looked up to them. Axell won't be around long if that's how he acts.

jeffro503 wrote:

I enjoy watching Axell throw his bike around , but seriously , tell your kids ( in a nice way ) to admire someone who actually accomplished something on a bike. Axell didn't. Skills for sure.....but on the racing end of things , he never accomplished shit , and is only in those Monster commercials because his daddy is a big wig.

Side note : ...I've always stuck up for Axell on here for his skill on a bike , but one of those skills like " racing "....he really didn't do much. If it wasn't for Axell's dad , he wouldn't be anything but some free-riding goon that nobody has ever heard of. Didn't hurt having your brother film all the stuff either.

Good kid probably....but prima donna at it's finest.

Sully wrote:

I'm not going to stick up for the kid, because I don't know him, but according to ML, his dad isn't a Monster big wig. He earned his money some other way, but I've never heard anyone really say what he does/did.
Axell's career seems to have more to do with his brother's video camera (and his own obvious skills on a bike) than with who his dad is.

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