Cam Newton Rejects Brittany Renner To Her Face (Video)

Cam Newton Rejects Brittany Renner To Her Face (Video)

Former Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton is one of the most prominent NFL players of his generation.

Brittany Renner is an almost cult-like figure within certain segments of the sports community due to her purported romantic connections to the likes of James Harden, Drake, Lil Uzi Vert, Jamal Murray, Ben Simmons, Trey Songz, Chris Brown and Colin Kaepernick.

There is a natural synergy between Newton and Renner that one would think may exist – but it doesn’t.

During a recent conversation with Renner, Newton straight up rejected the popular social media personality to her face.

“I’m Cam Newton,” he said. “I’m not about to hit no DM with no Brittany talking about, ‘Hey yo, what’s good, what’s poppin, you in Atlanta…slide through.’”

Renner was clearly taken aback by this.

“Well, why not?” she asked.

And that’s when Newton dropped the hammer.

“Because I don’t wanna end up in your book,” he replied.

Renner’s track record speaks for itself. She does what she does and she does it in a very particular type of way.

There’s a reason why Kaepernick’s treatment of her has consistently been described by some fans as the best way of dealing with Renner.

Renner is a fascinating personality and lives a very intriguing life. There are some articles suggesting that she is suffering serious financial difficulties, but that hasn’t prevented her from being encouraged by colleges to have fun with their athletes.

For better or worse, it feels like Renner is going to be a permanent member of the cultural zeitgeist for the foreseeable future.

How will that ultimately shake out for athletes who aren’t as wise as Newton? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.

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