Starting back in early December, a twitter user named jay.R
tweeted about his knowledge of the Manti Te'o "Lennay Kekua" fake
girlfriend hoax. First he claimed that it was inspired by the movie and
TV show "Catfish."
He then said that he knew who it was. He claimed that it was
someone whose dad had a church. (Titus Tuiasosopo, the father of
Ronaiah, who Deadspin pointed to as the perpetrator of the hoax, is a
So a star college football player claims that he didn't know his "girlfriend" was a hoax...yeah sure.
I can see some 39 y/o female antisocial librarian falling in lurve w/ an internet guy, but a college football player in the prime of his years in love with a screen and a telephone voice? not happening.
Don't think it will hurt his career however. If he's talented his fans really won't care if its a lie or not.
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