Josh Allen Doesn’t Wish His Girlfriend Happy Birthday on Social Media, Turns Out He May Have Impregnated a Bar Tender!

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Tex Hollywood - April 28, 2023

There's a pretty hilarious story circulating about the Buffalo Bills' QB, who is pretty hyped up as being a star player in the league. It's not a story about his prowess on the field, or how he's going to break records and bring the land of the Chicken Wings a Super Bowl.

It is instead about not wishing his girl a happy birthday on social media, trigger fans who keep track of these kinds of things, like the birthday's of WAGs of players they love, which precisely the reason I will never win as a sports writer.

I find that pretty funny, only because we live in a society where a public figure must put on a performance for the world watching, like wishing his girl a happy birthday, assuming she's probably sitting right next to him.

Social media tributes for random strangers is dumb!

Anyway, the crowdsourced paparazzi and celebrity gossip group DEUXMOI, apparently released a story they deleted about the player and his girl breaking up, hence the no birthday wish tribute on social media, but to make it more scandalous and salacious, it's because he is rumored to have knocked up a bar tender or waitress, or someone in the service industry who just won the lottery because he impregnated her.

Some call that the trap, maybe it's true love, either way, his girl's probably not too happy about it, but you know, these things happen! It's actually happened to a friend of mine, only he wasn't an NFL player, just a guy who slept with a waitress and knocked her up when the wife was at home! It's a common accident.

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