D.L. Hughley Makes Bombshell Statement About Robert Kraft’s Spa Video

Patriots owner Robert Kraft earned himself a bunch of enemies lately, and D.L. Hughley is one of them.

Hughley talked about the scandal Kraft was involved in, and let’s just say that he didn’t have anything nice to say. It’s terrible how some people dare to speak this way.

“I think the NFL is hypocritical,” Hughley said. “I do. I think that they didn’t want Colin Kaepernick to have a job in the NFL because he took a knee. Robert Kraft was one of the main detractors. He didn’t want him to get a job. He got busted in a prostitution ring. So, apparently, to the NFL … a black man on one knee is too much, but a hooker or two is alright. So, the NFL has a problem with the number of knees you take. So I think we should see. And I think they get a chance to see how hypocritical they are.”

This doesn’t come as a surprise given the fact that the Patriots are the most successful team in the NFL. It’s almost normal that people hate them. Kraft knew that people would act this way which is why he released a statement, apologizing for the scandal.

The release of the spa video is another controversial topic. Will it see the light of the day?

“Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg’s office said in court papers it is obligated under Florida law to provide the video to the public and the media now, and cannot wait for a judge to decide whether they should be kept under seal while Lei Wang is prosecuted as the alleged manager of the Orchids of Asia Spa in Jupiter, Fla,” sources reveal.

“Wang allegedly managed the spa and Hua Zhang has been identified by authorities as the owner of the spa. Both women have pleaded not guilty to numerous charges including maintaining a house of prostitution.”

“As the custodian of the records, (prosecutors) cannot delay the release of records to allow a person to raise a constitutional challenge to the release of the documents,’’ Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg’s office wrote in court papers filed Wednesday. “The Public Records Act does not allow a custodian to delay the production of records to allow the resolution of a constitutional challenge to the release of the documents.”

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