Woman Exposes Bills Rookie Jake Fromm’s Racist Text Messages

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SJ - June 4, 2020

Bills rookie quarterback Jake Fromm had some racist text messages with a woman from 2019 exposed.  In the text exchange he said that gun suppressors should be so expensive that only "elite white people can get them."

The woman exposed the messages in the wake of George Floyd's death and the protests that followed.  She had been friends with the rookie quarterback since the eighth grade.

From The Telegraph:

“I’m seeing and feeling the black lives matter movement,” said the woman releasing the messages, who requested “as much anonymity as possible. I know that part of my job is to hold racists accountable, despite who they are.”

The release of Fromm's text messages caused him to issue an apology on social media and apologize to his new teammates.

Fromm's going to find out quickly how well his apology was accepted once the pads are put on.  His teammates get the first shots at him before the preseason starts and a few other teams get to unleash a little justice.

Good luck Jake...

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