Jeffree Star Keeps Teasing His Mystery “NFL Boo”, And An NFL Wife Told Him To Stop Cuz People Think It’s Her Husband

February 1, 2023 / Posted by:

Lately, controversial makeup demon Jeffree Star has been teasing his relationship with an unidentified pro-football player on social media. So far, 37-year-old Jeffree has posted two pics of “NFL boo”; the first showed him holding the guy’s hand on a private jet, and the next was a mirror selfie where the dude’s back was to the camera. The caption read, “His team didn’t make it to the #SuperBowl but he’s 6’6 and plays perfect in the bedroom.” The New York Post reports that Jeffree’s fans are obsessed with figuring out the player’s identity based on these clues, and their hunt has begun to ruffle some NFL feathers. Yesterday, Jeffree shared a screenshot of a message from Saryn Anderson (wife of Carolina Panthers’ defensive end, Henry Anderson). Saryn wrote that she’s getting harassed because people think NFL boo is her husband, and she’d like Jeffree to stop. Asking Jeffree Star to stop being an attention-seeking troll? Please! That’s like asking a bird to stop shitting mid-flight. It ain’t gonna happen!

Here are Jeffree’s two NFL boo posts:

OK, sure. Now here’s his screenshot of Saryn’s message, which he also posted to his Instagram Stories. Jeffree, ever the empath, wrote that Saryn needs to not be so insecure and insisted he doesn’t mess with married men (so that’s why things didn’t work out with Kanye West):

Saryn immediately had to make her social media private because anyone who considers themselves a Jeffree Star “fan” is obviously sick in the head. After that, Jeffree posted a video to his Instagram Stories mocking Saryn and (allegedly) talking to his boyfriend, who was (allegedly) in the room with him. Sure, Jan. The New York Post has the full video:

“People want to play with fire and then when you [light] the match with them, they disappear,” he shaded Saryn. “Miss Thing deleted her social media. I’m like, girl, don’t be insecure about your marriage. I’m not a shady bitch.

“You’re not married, are you?” Star asked his boyfriend, who was not shown, as he laughed.

“Don’t say anything,” he told his lover. “They’re going to record your voice and do voice recordings like FBI agents,” he chuckled, referring to fans’ online quest to identify his mystery man.

Jeffree ended his Story by announcing that his 2023 is all about “a little bit of privacy” (snort), and living his life to the fullest. He says he’s going to continue to “suck dick, make lipstick, and live my motherfucking life, girl.” Okie dokie!

I have zero clue who Jeffree’s NFL boo is. The obvious answer would be Carl Nassib, the only openly gay player currently in the NFL, but Carl recently went public with his boyfriend, Danish Olympic swimmer Søren Dahl. So it’s probably not him. But, let’s be real, there’s a very high possibility this whole scheme is a big ol’ pile of bullshit. Jeffree probably rented out some tall man from an app, and got him to pose for a couple of pictures. Then he slapped the “NFL boo” caption on that shit, and basked in that sweet, sweet attention. Remember, Jeffree Star is the guy who tweeted this load of hooey a month ago:

So, no, he’s not exactly a reliable narrator!

Pic: Instagram

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