Deion Sanders Jr
July 2, 2011 by staff
Quarterback Marcus High School Flower Mound Twitter, “Police in North Park Mall tried two becuz I’ve tried to get two chickfila buy with my card, but did not have my name. They said it was the theft of the card or the sum. ”
Sanders Jr. said, “I thought he stole the card or something cousin Deion Sander said. I’m like Mr. tryna be I am not arrogant, but I can google and see…”
This is the second incident this year between police officers in the commercial high-level and local football players.
In March, officers walking through the mall with their pants down questioned the Dallas Cowboys, wide receiver Dez Bryant and a group of friends. WFAA-TV reported that the group left the mall and parked his vehicle in challenging the red zone, leading to a temporary ban on the commercial center of Bryant.
Sanders Jr. believes he was targeted just as Bryant said it was.
“Now I see how it felt Dez Bryant,” Twitter.
North Park Mall representatives said they were unaware of the incident after being contacted by The Dallas Morning News.
The promising prospect of football, like his father, has his hands in various projects, including his own clothing line and music career. What makes this story a bit strange, considering the music video for their song “different girls,” was shot entirely in North Park Mall.
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