Starting Lineups: What Would You Have Done If You Were Deion Sanders?

Ed The Sports Fan, Football — By on April 24, 2012 at 4:00 am


You come home from a long day’s work, and then a series of events happen. I’ll let Deion Sanders explain what happened to him when he came home. Go ahead, Prime.

I’m not facing a divorce, but I’ve dealt with my fair share issues with the opposite sex. A scorned lover will do some vile and dastardly things, and sometimes the toughest thing to do is to not retaliate, especially towards a woman. The ultimate cover corner decided not to cover this up, and took it to twitter to prove his innocence. What would you have done if you were in a similar situation? Leave your responses in the comments section.

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    4 Comments

  • Josiah says:

    I commend Prime for not retaliating, coz that never ends well for any of the parties involved.

  • Doug says:

    For starters, I would not tweet a picture of me and my kids filling out a police report. But then again, that’s just me…

  • JAG says:

    Doug is correct. Deion has lived in the media fishbowl since he was 17 and it’s something that most of us cannot fully comprehend.

    I agree that tweeting one’s personal family business is weird. However, maybe Deion feels that it will get out anyway and he wants his version to be out front. That’s a tough one. Hopefully, the two parents will be guided by doing what’s best for the children.

  • Joe Simmons says:

    I am about 199% sure that the tweeting was someone elses idea. Deion was even saying thank god there is a platform like this for me to tell everyone the truth.

    As you can see not more than 45 minutes after his tweet, news media had her in the hospital getting herself checked out. Even after we heard that, because of his tweets we didn’t believe what she had said because he had the kids to back him up.

    It’s sad that it has come to that but to each his own.

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