Tag:Reggie Bush
Posted on: February 3, 2010 11:28 am
Edited on: February 3, 2010 11:59 am

Reggie Bush Busted!!!! (or not)

TMZ.com reported yesterday that Saints running back Reggie Bush and a few of his teammates were spotted walking out of a club on South Beach at 3:30 AM Monday morning.

I suppose this is newsworthy. A major player from a Super Bowl team partying the night away on South Beach days before the big game. 

Or not. This is Reggie Bush. Of the New Orleans Saints.

Being out til 3 AM on a Monday is actually a law in some parts of New Orleans. 

This story was published yesterday afternoon and, so far, hasn't really made any waves or gone viral through the mainstream media just yet. TMZ did try to spruce it up by blowing up the above pic to show everyone how drunk and/or sleepy Reggie was as he walked out of the club. 

What they should have done is reported this story in 3D. That's the only way to get America's attention nowadays. Get with the times, TMZ!

Category: NFL
Posted on: January 27, 2010 5:08 pm
Edited on: January 27, 2010 5:13 pm

Kardashian Will Be Subtle During Super Bowl Week

TMZ.com is reporting that Reggie Bush's galpal Kim Kardashian will be riding around in a Vault XXL2 Limousine by Armor Horse next week during the Super Bowl festivities. The Vault XXL2 seats twenty eight, sports seven TVs, two bars and has emergency escape hatches and bullet proof windows. It also features two emergency gun ports. 
Reggie Bush's favorite asset will be hitting the town on Super Bowl weekend in a Vault XXL2 Limousine by Armor Horse -- which is a tank/limo hybrid built with composite ballistic panels and bullet-resistant windows. 
You might be wondering why Kim would need to ride around in what amounts to a war machine super tank from the future. But keep in mind that Miami is filled with old people who drive Cadillacs and never go beyond 28 MPH. They also smell like canned peaches. So Kim has the right idea here. It's absolutely terrifying, man!
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