Bebe Rexha Called Out A Married Pro Football Player For Hitting On Her

December 29, 2018 / Posted by:

Bebe Rexha says that she had to shut down a married-with-kids pro football player when he hit on her via text. And she went public with the supposed receipts. Of course, she could have manufactured those receipts. This could be the pop attention whore version of the supposedly Netflix-created Bird Box memes. Who knows? And a more important question that you’re probably asking yourselves is – who’s Bebe Rexha? I don’t know, I just work here.

Bebe (point of identification – the blonde one who is not Rita *sad-face* on the Rita Ora Desperation Squad) outed Sportsball Guy in an Instagram Story yesterday:

She opened with:

Unless you mean Buffalo Wild Wings (it’s a place that shouldn’t suck, but does, and I go back sometimes hoping it won’t suck but it still does), no. “My friend” went on to post the texts:

She managed to work in a plug there AND get noticed by claiming there’s an unnamed NFL player out there hitting on pop tarts, so she’s cunning. Especially if this actually piqued anyone’s interest because doesn’t that describe a large chunk of the NFL? Sportsball Guy hit her up again, and she gave him info on one of her tour dates. That’s also when she went got a little pissy and said so.

I’d snap at the dude too (although I wouldn’t air it on Instagram), because texting a question but ending it with an exclamation point would confuse me, too, and some people’s response to confusion is to get hainty. Hell, I’m still enraged over algebra. Who needs this dude’s shady punctuation games?

Pics: FayesVision/, Instagram

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