Mina Kimes’ Explicit Video With Laura Rutledge Goes Viral

Mina Kimes’ Explicit Video With Laura Rutledge Goes Viral

Mina Kimes is one of the most beloved and respected ESPN analysts around.

Over the past few months she has blown up online for everything ranging from her wild Las Vegas party photos to her intimate pictures leaking out to her provocative selfies.

This week, she did it again.

At a dinner with fellow ESPN personality Laura Rutledge, Kimes tried a particular type of shrimp sauce.

The language she wound up using in the aftermath is quite explicit:

Rutledge is obviously no stranger to setting the internet ablaze either. Between her wardrobe malfunction, her provocative outfits and her wild bathroom selfie, she is constantly causing a stir for something or other.

It is telling that this video was able to steal attention away from the week’s other viral stories like Antonio Brown sharing intimate photos of Gisele Bundchen and the real reason for Taylor Swift’s parents’ divorce coming out.

While Rutledge’s salary at the Worldwide Leader in Sports is a bit of mystery, the same can’t be said for Kimes.

During her most recent negotiations, she was reportedly able to secure a contract worth more than $1.7 million.

Given her propensity for landing in the headlines, it is safe to say that she is worth every penny.

Kimes is one of the faces of ESPN’s NFL coverage. Rutledge, meanwhile, does a lot of NFL work as well – but she also covers college football for the network.

Because of that, both women are in the midst of something of a slow period in terms of work.

Which explains all the fun they are out there having.

What will Kimes and Rutledge ultimately go viral for next? Time will tell.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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