Brett Favre may not want to talk about the allegations involving former Jets gameday host Jenn Stergerbut that didn't stop " Saturday Night Live " from tackling the issue, um, head on. A recent SNL skit skewers the legendary quarterback by spoofing his endorsement deal and commercials with Wrangler, inventing an imaginary type of jeans that alludes to the lewd photos and voicemails he allegedly sent Sterger in With the open-fly jeans it's always out and camera ready.
In the wake of revelations that Rep. Innuendo is not enough. Favre, who retired from the NFL in December after 20 years, was embroiled in a cock shot scandal in late stemming from images he sent to former New York Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger.
Tomorrow night we finally get all the practice football behind us, the lockout is a distant memory and what happened last year is blurred like your vision at Cowboys Night Club at 2 am. Tomorrow night its football; Saints footballand it counts. After you get past those three things the reasons to appreciate Wisconsin, and Green Bay in particular, fall off drastically.
A group of white supremacist YouTubers are using a new app to pay celebrities to create videos where they make coded anti-Semitic statements — and then the YouTubers use those recordings to promote hatred on the internet. The videos were made using Cameowhere users can pay to have celebrities record a personalized message for them. Cameo launched in Apriland has become another platform that the far-right has seized upon in an attempt to legitimize racist messages — this time with seeming celebrity endorsements.
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Cameo is an app that puts ordinary members of the public in touch with celebrities but unlike other social media sites, users can pay famous folks to make "personalised video shoutouts. It what should be a harmless bit of fun, Cameo, which also features other notable stars like Bella Thorne and Tom Felton, unfortunately, appears to have been hijacked by a minority of white supremacists. You guys are patriots in my eyes.
On August 4,the popular sports blog Deadspin reported that Brett Favre, a married NFL star known more recently for his constant public flirtation with retirement, made sexual advances on Jenn Sterger, a New York Jets employee and TV personality. Daulerio printed claims from Sterger that Favre sent her pictures of his genitalia, presumably taken with his cell phone, and that he had also left flirtatious voicemails for her. Daulerio framed the information from Sterger as claims, not fact; Daulerio seemingly wanted more details before assigning full weight to the story.
October 15th,pm. Hip-hop mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs has reached out and offered his advice to embattled football quarterback Brett Favre after he was accused of sending explicit shots of his manhood to a female reporter. Favre is being investigated by National Football League officials amid allegations he texted inappropriate messages and photos to former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger when he was the team's quarterback in