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Aaron Hernandez Tells Pen Pal to Kill Herself, Praises Tom Brady in Chilling Prison Letter (Pics)

by: JamieD On  Monday, February 1, 2016

Aaron Hernandez prison letter

Suggesting that one should kill themselves is no way to talk to a pen pal, but Aaron Hernandez has never been one to follow society’s norms, rules, and¬†expectations.

So it should surprise no one to hear that the former Patriots tight end, who is currently serving a life sentence in jail for murder, recently told his pen pal to kill herself, and he even suggested some ways for her to do so.

“Tie a cinderblock to your ankles and jump in a deep body of water…

“Buy the most powerful firecracker in the world that’s possible to buy, tie it to your face with duct tape, light it and wait for your head to explode.”

It should also surprise no one to hear that Hernandez is not a fan of his former boss and current Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who he referred to as a “fake ass non loyal Kraft who told me he loved me every time he seen me but obviously shows his word ain’t sh*t.”

What is surprising, however, is hearing how much love Hernandez still has for his former teammates, including Tom Brady, Julian Edelman, and even Rob Gronkowski:

“I have a TV in my cell! And yes I still root for my squad and still love all the ones I loved.

“The closest I was with was probably Brady and whom I love to death and always will and only hope the best for them. But was cool with Julez, Branch (I f**ked with and got mad love for) and ‘the BEST TE ever to walk on a football field’ Gronk!”

You can check out Hernandez’s entire three-page pen pal letter below:

Aaron Hernandez Pen Pal Letter 1 Aaron Hernandez Pen Pal Letter 2 Aaron Hernandez Pen Pal Letter 3

 

Hat Tip – [TMZ]



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