Jenny Vrentas of the New York Times dropped a bombshell report this week that dove into the actions of Deshaun Watson and how he received massages from 66 different women during a 17-month period.
One particular woman, who isn’t filing a lawsuit against him, stated how Watson became really demanding and even got into the ‘happy baby yoga pose’ to get a massage from her.
Earlier this week, ESPN analyst Mina Kimes blasted Deshaun Watson for his alleged inappropriate behavior.
“The Browns bet $230 million on Deshaun Watson because they hoped everyone would just move on,” Kimes said. “But the NY Times did something that the team arrogantly refused/pretended to do: They actually investigated what happened.”
Kimes wasn’t done as she added that Watson should receive a lengthy suspension and the franchise should “face the consequences of their arrogant behavior.”
The league has yet to render its punishment for Watson for the 24 civil lawsuits he is currently facing. Two of those lawsuits have come within the past week.
Watson seemingly responded to the article by posting the following song lyrics on his Instagram: “See, the blogs can’t break me down, see I’m the voice, I don’t reply. But the rumors y’all done heard, I’ma humbly deny, yeah, yeah.”