Ed Reed posts explicit-filled live after viral comments

Ed Reed shook up the HBCU soccer world on a Sunday morning, and didn’t cease there.

The Pro Football Hall of Famer, who lately took the pinnacle coach job at Bethune-Cookman took to Instagram live on Sunday as he was on a golf cart driving the campus cleansing the soccer services with the gamers. He responded to criticisms to a video posted earlier by which he complained in regards to the circumstances he was coping with at B-CU in addition to the comb he painted all HBCUs with. 

He apparently took offense to people responding that he was downing HBCUs.

“But I’m muttin’ us. Man, get out of here man. I should leave! I’m not even under contract doing this. I’m muttin’ us. Get outta, man. They muttin’ me.”

Ed Reed then went on to vent about his workplace not being cleaned earlier than stopping his golf cart and displaying the circumstances he was complaining about. 

“Need no go****** donors to come out…help out. People just want money. That’s why I don’t f**k with social networks. F**k outta here man.”

Reed revealed on a live video earlier that he had been working for a week-and-a-half with out a contract at Bethune-Cookman. 

“I just pulled up the work. We’re going to try to help y’all too man. Because I know a lot of HBCUs need help. I’m just here to help here first,” Reed stated within the video. “I see it all too clearly. All of our HBCUs need help. And they need help because of the people who’s running it. Broken mentalities out here. I’m going to leave you with that. I gotta get in the office.”

Bethune-Cookman has been quiet relating to Reed since confirming that it had agreed to a deal that will make him its new head soccer coach. B-CU was 2-9 in the course of the 2022 season.

Ed Reed posts explicit-filled live after viral comments

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