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  • Notre Dame Footballer Manti Te'o's bizarre hoax of a dead girlfriend

    There was no Lennay Kekua. Lennay Kekua did not meet Manti Te'o after the Stanford game in 2009. Lennay Kekua did not attend Stanford. Lennay Kekua never visited Manti Te'o in Hawaii. Lennay Kekua was not in a car accident. Lennay Kekua did not talk to Manti Te'o every night on the telephone. She was not diagnosed with cancer, did not spend time in the hospital, did not engage in a lengthy battle with leukemia. She never had a bone marrow transplant. She was not released from the hospital on Sept. 10, nor did Brian Te'o congratulate her for this over the telephone. She did not insist that Manti Te'o play in the Michigan State or Michigan games, and did not request he send white flowers to her funeral. Her favorite color was not white. Her brother, Koa, did not inform Manti Te'o that she was dead. Koa did not exist. Her funeral did not take place in Carson, Calif., and her casket was not closed at 9 a.m. exactly. She was not laid to rest.

    Lennay Kekua's last words to Manti Te'o were not "I love you."
    Manti Te'o's Dead Girlfriend, The Most Heartbreaking And Inspirational Story Of The College Football Season, Is A Hoax

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    RIP Lennay.... Valentines must of been tough for Manti yesterday. :lol:
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      Florio: NFL Teams Want To Know If Manti Te’o Is Gay « CBS Chicago

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        NFL spokesman Greg Aiello issued a statement Wednesday, saying that the league will investigate Kasa’s claim:

        “We will look into the report on the questioning of Nick Kasa at the Scouting Combine,” NFL Spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement. “It is league policy to neither consider nor inquire about sexual orientation in the hiring process.

        “In addition, there are specific protections in our collective bargaining agreement with the players that prohibit discrimination against any player, including on the basis of sexual orientation.”


        Kasa and Bell’s remarks come on the heels of Manti Te’o being asked during his combine press conference if he currently has a “real” girlfriend, and just weeks following San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver taking substantial heat for making the comment that a gay teammate “can’t be … in the locker room.”

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