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Woman Leaks Video of NFL Coach Snorting Cocaine After Owner Backtracks on Anthem

Nige says that Black players are reprimanded for peaceful protests and suspended for smoking marijuana while white coaches are snorting cocaine and making dirty videos.

Woman Leaks Video of NFL Coach Snorting Cocaine

The Miami Dolphins organization is getting over their shock following one of their coaches, Chris Foerster, resigning following video released of him snorting cocaine. The video shows Foerster snorting cocaine at the Miami Dolphin’s workplace prior to a meeting. He also uses uncouth language on the video in reference to a woman’s body parts.

The assistant coach was one of the highest paid in the NFL, earning an estimated three million dollars per year. Foerster sent the video of himself doing the drugs to model Kijuana Nige, whom he had been dating. Nige leaked the video to make a point after Stephen Ross, the owner of the Miami Dolphins, reversed his decision in supporting players that were protesting racial injustice by kneeling during the National Anthem. He cited Trump’s recent patriotism comments as the reason he changed his mind. He now says that the players must stand during the National Anthem and three players were forced to stay in the stadium tunnel while it was played and were not allowed to protest.

Nige says that Black players are reprimanded for peaceful protests and suspended for smoking marijuana while white coaches are snorting cocaine and making dirty videos when on the Dolphins’ property during business hours. She also pointed out how she is being harassed while people have been defending the disgraced coach, further making her point about double standards regarding race and misogyny.

After the video went viral on Sunday, Foerster made a statement saying “I am resigning from my position with the Miami Dolphins and accept full responsibility for my actions. I want to apologize to the organization, and my sole focus is on getting the help that I need with the support of my family and medical professionals.” He asked for the support of his family and friends while he seeks help with cocaine addiction.

Niko Mann is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. She enjoys writing about activism, social justice, politics, education, marketing, and comedy

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