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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by VondyP, Jul 24, 2017.
The way Mett played in that game, it had to be him.
We didn't have any NFL players on our roster in 2014, so it was a Steeler.
You mean CNN?
Nah, Rolling Stone was fake news before it was cool
Point being, their fact checking is far from robust
I kid you not and take this for what it is, but when one of my closest friends came back home and visited Nashville he told me he ended up at a shady place and a Titans player came and bought a huge amount of cocaine. This was literally only a month or so ago.
He said he was a big black dude - 6'5"ish.
I meant to show him through some of our key players to see if he could point him out. I will do that the next time I see him.
Doesn't sound like someone important though... granted that description could fit Orakpo or Spain. I could see Spain being dumb enough to do that.
But whoever it may be they will get busted and JRob will send their ass straight to the guillotine like they deserve.
Granted if this happened before the Steelers game back in 2014, I doubt that player would still be on the roster.
We had a 50% roster turnover in 2016,,then signed next to none of the 2017 free agents back this past off season. Good chance that guy is long gone
The guy from the article, yea.
I trust my friend, but maybe he's mistaken and it's a former Titans player. But he claims to have seen this about a month ago.
I sent him pictures of Orakpo, Spain, and Tretola. He said it's not any of them. Who knows.
Probably Fat Albert.
I don't trust your friend.
#1. You don't just "end up" in a shady place.
#2. He doesn't seem like much of a Titans fan, so was the player showboating that he played for the Titans while buying a large amount of coke with people he obviously doesn't know around him??
#3. Description... tall black guy...
It wasn't a "he's a big black dude, so he's automatically a Titans player" assumption. Can't remember how the dude introduced himself, but he was blatantly a Titans player. He said a current player, but who knows.
My friend ends up in shady places because he still hangs out with idiots. I don't exactly expect anyone on here to believe it, but I have no doubt he's telling the truth. If you have friends you don't trust, that means they aren't your friends.
I've known him for 9 years. He's a very successful Marine (who, yes, does hangout with idiots still). He doesn't just make stuff up. I've known him long enough to know that. Didn't expect anyone here to believe it. Just thought it was interesting that I heard this exact thing a month back.