NFL Fans React To Molly Qerim’s Wild Night Out Outfit

NFL Fans React To Molly Qerim’s Wild Night Out Outfit

Molly Qerim is one of the stars of ESPN’s ‘First Take’ and widely regarded as the glue that holds the show together.

Obviously Stephen A. Smith is the star of the program, as his salary suggests, but there is no denying that Qerim is an integral piece of the puzzle.

Because of that, over the years, Qerim has amassed a major following on social media. These days, any time she posts anything, it immediately causes a stir. And that is precisely what happened this week.

In a series of now-viral social media posts, Qerim shared her special night out outfit. It was a huge hit among NFL fans in particular.


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“Good golly Ms. Molly,” one NFL fan wrote.

“Molly. You’re a dime and a bro. Ultimate wifey,” another agreed.

“She even looks dope wrapped in foil,” a third chimed in.

This obviously isn’t the first time in recent months that Qerim has found herself trending in this fashion. Between her provocative choices of attire, racy photo shoots and all the cheating rumors, it has been one thing after another with her.

In fact, it’s quite telling that in a week where Kay Adams’ vacation photos nearly melted the internet that Qerim still found a way to steal the show.

She is that big of a star in the sports media space.

Obviously there will always be a lot of intrigue in Qerim’s relationship status for obvious reasons, but even that aside, the queen of First Take still knows how to maintain a firm grip on the headlines.

What will Qerim ultimately go viral for next? 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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