Little Ditty ‘Bout Speck and Hud, John Mellencamp’s Sons Who Got Arrested Outside A Jimmy John’s For Fighting While Drunk

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NYDN  —  John Mellencamp’s son found himself behind bars after a brotherly brawl in Bloomington.

Speck Mellencamp, 22, was arrested in Indiana early Sunday after he and brother Hud, 23, got in a fight outside a Jimmy John’s, according to a police report acquired by the Herald-Times.

Police said Mellencamp “had blood all over his face,” “would not cooperate or provide information on his injuries” and was “very belligerent and uncooperative,” according to the report.

Hud Mellencamp, who suffered a cut on his nose and a scratched neck, told officers that a group of men started the fight by “mouthing off.”

Vote here for Option 1 – Jack and Diane

Long after fighting drunk
Outside a Jimmy John’s

Vote here for Option 2 – Pink Houses

Oh but ain’t that America
For you and me
Ain’t that America
We’re somethin’ to see baby
Ain’t that America
Home of the free yeah

Fightin drunk outside Jimmy John’s just you and me.


Vote here for Option 3 – Cherry Bomb

Outside the club, Jimmy Johns
Our hearts were really thumpin’
Say yeah yeah yeah
Say yeah

P.S.   I’ve finally figured out what the white equivalent to swag surfing is and it’s drunk singing to a John Mellencamp song. Just… you know… like the complete, polar opposite. I’m pretty sure each and every white person, whether they want to or not, just inherently knows the lyrics to all five of John Mellencamp songs. Jack & Diane, Hurts So Good, Pink Houses, Small Town, Cherry Bomb. That’s it. Those are the only five songs John Mellencamp ever made. And even if you tell me you’ve never heard a single one, I’ll give it about eight bud heavies until you’re singing about little pink houses for you and me.

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