Renaldo 'Swiperboy' Woolridge releases new song of heartache, breakup: 'Fired Like Kiffin'

Swiperboy (Renaldo Woolridge) in concert

Swiperboy (Renaldo Woolridge) in concert

Self-professed “Vol for Life” Renaldo Woolridge has another song out that will likely once again play well with Tennessee fans.

Woolridge, who goes by the moniker “Swiperboy” in his music career, recently released a song about a relationship that just didn't work out: “Fired Like Kiffin.”

In the song alluding to Southern Cal’s firing of football coach Lane Kiffin last Sunday, Woolridge talks about a relationship gone sour, referencing how the girl in question had promised to change, but that, ultimately, she was now, “fired like Kiffin.”

Wooldridge played basketball at UT from 2008-11 and transferred to Southern Cal for his final year of eligibility in 2012-13.

The Kiffin song is the latest in a line of pro-UT anthems from Woolridge, including at least a pair of tunes that serve as an homage to football coach Butch Jones, one of which — Brick By Brick — is even available on iTunes.

Fans of the Vols or of Woolridge's music can follow him on Twitter @Swiperboy, or on his blog, Swiperboy's World.

Mobile and tablet users can click here to see:

The video for "Fired Like Kiffin"

The @Swiperboy Twitter feed

The Swiperboy's World blog

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Witch_Doctors writes:

Witch Doctor love Swiper! Witch Doctor say hes an LA kid that loves Tenn. VFL
Bones never lie.

snafu14u#241639 writes:

I love this young man. One of a kind and I mean that in a great way. Bonzai Vol

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