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Deion Sanders and Colorado players deny rumors about Shedeur concert and believe they have found the informant
Deion Sanders and Colorado players deny rumors about Shedeur concert and believe they have found the informant

RRecently, a rumor surfaced from Athlon Sports that coach Deion Sanders from the Colorado Buffalo forced his players to participate in a Lil Wayne concert on campus. The alleged reason was support his son Shedeurwho made his rap debut as Opening act for Lil Wayne.

The rumor said: “Coach Prime told us we all had to be there to support Shedeur as a rapper. They were not happy at all. Honestly, it was nothing more than a huge distraction and playing daddy ball.” This message reached Coach Primewho responded with a tweet calling it one of the best lies he had ever heard. While it could be credible that the coach could encourage his players to my son’s new hobby, Given Deion’s professionalism and character, the rumor seems unfounded. As the saying goes: “Where there’s smoke there’s fire,” but this all seems to be just hot air.

Deion Sanders Jr. also defended himself against the false rumor with a Tick ​​​​Tock Video asking whether different team members are involved in the Lil Wayne concert. Many responded that They did not participate because it was not mandatory what the expected answers were. They also confirmed that there was no punishment for their absence. It would be incredible if the rumor were true and players were punished for missing a concert.

Additionally, Colorado long snapper Camden Dempsey tweeted: “Yes, all I can say is that this is 100% false. We were never ‘forced’ to go to this concert.” Dempsey added in another video: “I know there was a player who spoke to the media” Referring to the fact that they may have found the person who leaked said news, which again looks like it could be true, but it seems that they have already smoothed things over

According to Shedeur who appears in the video, the rumors are unfounded, because he was a Last-minute addition to the performance program. Shedeur Sanders was part of the opening act before Lil Wayne took the stage and made his debut new single “Perfect Timing” in front of a large audience. Although his impact as a rapper has not received the media attention he had hoped for, the Buffaloes are ready to The 2024 season begins on Thursday, August 29 against North Dakota State.

By Everly