A video of Dez Bryant doing something on video five times worse than what was seen in the infamous Ray Rice elevator video is reportedly set to be released, as reported by the Seattle Sun Times in their article titled “Dez Bryant’s horrific ‘Ray Rice-style’ video set to be released today, career in jeopardy [Report]” that has gone so viral that it made Alexa.com’s “What’s Hot” list of popular URLs.
The source for that Seattle Sun Times article points to an original report by Terez Owens, a top sports blogger and self-dubbed “king of all sports media,” with Owens pointing to a source who claims to have actually viewed the Dez Bryant violent video.
“The incriminating video of Dallas Cowboys superstar receiver Dez Bryant doing something supposedly Ray Rice worthy is being released today or tomorrow. According to our source, the Cowboys haven’t done a huge deal with Dez because of concern over the video. Unfortunately Bryant’s team won’t be able to stop the tape from getting out to the public. Of course Cowboys COO Stephen Jones denies knowledge of such a video. This is going to be a game changer for the Cowboys future. UPDATE: We’re being told the Cowboys have warned Dez the tape is going to be released, and from someone who has seen it, that it’s five times worse than the Ray Rice Video. His football career is in jeopardy according to our source. Also a Dez insider tells us he is being brainwashed by Jay Z and Roc Nation Sports.-TO [sic]”
Meanwhile, a search for recently uploaded videos on YouTube about Dez Bryant only turns up fakes at the moment, with those capitalizing on what are only rumors and conjecture as of this writing. Stephen Jones denies knowledge of a Dez Bryant “incriminating video,” reports FOXSports — and Dez Bryant took to Twitter to rant about some unknown melee, appearing unapologetic about violence in his past, such as reports of Bryant being arrested for attacking his mother, as reported by Yahoo.
“Just quit with the b.s… It’s clear as day what’s going on … I might need to do an exclusive interview about my life these past five years since the world is destined to know … I used to let people take advantage of my life now that I’m no longer allowing that to happen it seems to be a problem … I’m not ashamed of none of my past incidents because that’s what made me who I am today.”
Dez Bryant has been the center of controversy on and off the football field, whether it’s a mysterious “football move” rule, as reported by the Inquisitr, or now as the subject of an alleged violent video yet to surface.
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