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Appearing on Letterman Friday night, he also revealed that he got paid while playing at Tulsa University in the late 1960s. “It’s amazing to me that people pretend that kind of thing doesn’t go on.”
So Ronaiah Tuiasosopo Apparently Was Doing Lennay Kekua’s Voice After All And Oh Come On What The Hell We Give Up With This Crap
So Ronaiah Tuiasosopo was doing Lennay Kekua’s voice. But wait – no he wasn’t. But wait – he kept saying he was, but wouldn’t prove it. Sounds like someone with something to hide, right? Well… wrong, apparently. But with this story, who’s to say whatever we think isn’t about to be turned upside down?
Of the many scarcely-believable developments in the Manti Te’o/Ronaiah Tuiasosopo/Lennay Kekua story, perhaps the strangest was Tuiasosopo’s lawyer’s claim that his client voiced Lennay Kekua. Despite his own relatives saying otherwise, Tuiasosopo is sticking to his story – but given a chance to prove it today, he was less than enthusiastic to take advantage.
Dr. Phil recently interviewed Roniah Tuiasosopo regarding his role in the Manti Te’o hoax, and the show will air on Thursday and Friday. In a clip that aired on TODAY, today, Dr. Phil told viewers that Tuiasosopo genuinely fell in love with Te’o. Video, after the jump.
Well, Terrell Owens was on the Dr. Phil set today
for his public shaming hour to face accusations of deadbeat-dad-dom from three women with whom he’s fathered children. As you might expect, things got a little uncomfortable at times.