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It isn't every day that high school football players get invited to attend superstar NFL MVP and Heisman winner's Cam Newton's football camp.

Instead of appreciating the opportunity, one high school football player went viral for heckling the New England Patriots quarterback on Sunday.

Jseth Owens told Newton he was "about to be poor" since he's a free agent.

Newton shot back, "I'm rich!" The two went back and forth until Newton asked if the boy had a father.

"Where's your daddy at? Let me talk to your dad. Where's your dad?"

After the video went viral, several professional athletes took to social media to criticize Owens for trash talking one of NFL's greats.

Atlanta Hawks star Trae Young wrote: "Probably should ask him how to be a MVP in the league you probably wanna play in first."

"Man I wish I had NFL players at my 7 on 7. Let alone a player as elite as Cam Newton," tweeted Green Packers wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling. "Reality check, You got a guy who has reached every mile stone that we dreamed of as kids. You supposed to be picking his brain, being a sponge. Not a annoying fly that caused no damage to him."

L.A. Sparks WNBA player Chiney Ogwumike wrote: "kids. kids. kids. please put some respect on his name... Heisman winner & NFL MVP.. This is a CAM NEWTON appreciation tweet. (and btw... "I'm rich" is a flex like no other.)"

And Philadelphia Eagles player Darius Slay wrote: "It blows my mind cause im sure that kid wants to be a Heisman trophy winner or a draft pick an Cam did both!!"

Owens later apologized to Newton, his coaches and his parents for his embarrassing behavior.
 

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A TikTok video posted by an NFL wife is going viral due to its submissive content -- considered a controversial topic in the Black community.

Chanen Raygoza, wife of New Orleans Saints wide receiver Juwan Johnson, shared a video that shows a routine day in the life of an NFL wife.

She rises at 6 a.m. very morning to make breakfast for her man. She pours sugar and syrup on his eggs because he has a sweet tooth. Then she gets busy making the bed, cleaning the shower and picking his clothes up off the floor. She also stops by the salon for eyelashes extensions "so I look pleasing to him."

Naturally, the comments section is in shambles. American women are highly critical of submissive a wife who knows her lane.

One Instagram user wrote: "these are jokes right. I keep seeing tiktoks about these white women being slaves to these black men lol."

Another IG user wrote: "she sounds like an indentured servant but no nothing is wrong with taking care of your husband and home but."

And a third wrote: "This is slavery."
 


 

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Kim Zolciak says NFL players are swarming into daughter Brielle Biermann's DMs on social media. Speaking on the "HollywoodLife Podcast," Kim said her daughter's inbox is always full. Most of the messages are from horny NFL players.

Kim seems proud of the fact that NFL players might think of her 23-year-old daughter as an easy woman who gives up the goodies without hesitation.

"A lot of athletes DM Brielle," said Zolciak, 42. She noted her husband, former Atlanta Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann, is all too aware of what the athletes want.

"Kroy's a rare athlete, you know, he definitely verbalizes what men want," she continued. "We all know, obviously, kind of what they want, but there's those few far in-between guys that definitely want a relationship and a connection."

She added: "Kroy's worked with them, and he has a lot of great friends that are athletes as well, I mean, I think everybody's different. We find it funny like, oh, this NFL player is DM-ing Brielle, and Kroy's like, 'Oh, God.'"

Brielle previously dated With Sox pitcher Michal Kopech, 24. They broke up in March 2018.

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NFL wide receiver Josh Bellamy is among 57 people charged with Covid-19 relief fraud after FBI officials say he misused PPP funds to buy Gucci and other high end luxury goods.

The Paycheck Protection Program is part of the $2 trillion Cares Act, which provided $349 billion in PPP loans to struggling small businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic via the Small Business Association (SBA).

The FBI says Bellamy participated in a scheme to fleece the federal government out of $24 million in Paycheck Protection funds.

Bellamy, 31, was cut by the NY Jets 2 days ago. It isn't clear if his termination is linked to his arrest.

Prosecutors say Bellamy and his associates applied for $24 million in PPP funds for their businesses. They received $17.4 million - but neither Bellamy nor his associates used the money for their businesses.

Instead, Bellamy spent $95,000 on custom jewelry, $5,381 at Gucci and $2,014 at Dior. He also dropped more than $62,000 during a recent trip to the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, TMZ reported.

Authorities say Bellamy recruited others to apply for giant loans using false information -- then took kickbacks from each borrower.

Bellamy owns Drip Entertainment - an events promotion company - that hasn't been active since 2019.

Bank records show Bellamy withdrew large amounts of cash - around $302,000 between May and July 2020.

If convicted on all charges, Bellamy faces decades in prison.

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Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard was arrested for domestic battery following a fight with his fiancee over a purse that wasn't hers.

According to TMZ Sports, Howard, 26, and his fiancee fought over a purse Howard purchased that wasn't a Christmas gift for her.

His fiancee told police Howard grabbed her arms and pushed her against a mirrored wall in a bathroom of their Davie, Florida home.

Responding officers observed "visible scratches and redness on her arm" and "redness and an abrasion" on her right elbow.

Howard was charged with domestic battery and booked into the Broward County Jail, hours after the Dolphins upset the New England Patriots on Sunday. Howard had missed the game because of a knee injury, according to Fox News.

The Dolphins released a statement on Monday. "We are aware of the situation and currently gathering information," the Dolphins told ESPN. "We will have no further comment at this time."

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Former Oakland Raiders running back George Atkinson, III, 27, has died one year after his twin brother Josh Atkinson committed suicide.

George, who also played for the Cleveland Browns, is the son of Super Bowl champion George Atkinson II.

According to People magazine, the Athletic's Pete Sampson tweeted the news late Monday night. No cause of death was reported.

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George's death comes after his twin brother Josh committed suicide last Christmas. George and Josh played football for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. They also excelled at track & field.

Josh was reportedly depressed after their mother died from complications of Crohn's disease. She was also diagnosed with Schizophrenia.

In an open letter written in October and published by The Unsealed, George opened up about his struggles grieving the loss of his mother and his twin brother.

Titled "How I Turned My Losses Into Lessons", George wrote that his brother felt guilty over their mom's death.

George said he was hospitalized on a mental ward for self-harm after his brother died.

"That's the moment I felt like I lost everything. That's the moment I can't describe," he wrote. "I never want you to feel his pain or my pain."

George said his 2-year-old daughter motivated him and gave him the will to live.

"I knew I had to find a way to keep going and be a role model for her," he wrote. "Without my daughter, I don't know where I would be right now. She gave me that second wind of motivation."