VIDEO: Colorado Players Finally BREAK THEIR SILENCE Following Reports That Deion Sanders Forced Them To Attend Hip-Hop Concert Featuring His Son & Lil Wayne

VIDEO: Colorado Players Finally Break Their Silence Following Reports That Deion Sanders Forced Them To Attend Hip-Hop Concert Featuring His Son & Lil Wayne

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Colorado players have spoken out in defense of head coach Deion Sanders following reports of the former cornerback forcing his athletes to attend a concert where his son Shedeur was performing.

Athlon Sports recently reported that multiple players left the program after being told they would be cut if they didn’t attend the event.

The story sounded too wild to be true at the time, and members of the team, including Shedeur himself, have branded it as false.

The CU quarterback dismissed the report in a video shared to social media by his brother, Deion Sanders Jr., claiming they didn’t even know he would be opening the concert.

“Hey man, that’s crazy because we didn’t even know I was going to perform,” he said. “How we decide five minutes (Before), but dad had already predetermined? Dad didn’t even know we we’re gonna perform.”

Several other players were asked about this, and many of them said they didn’t attend or that attendance wasn’t mandatory.

Check out the video here:

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Long snapper Camden Dempsey also took to X/Twitter to rubbish the claim.

“Yeah all I can say is this is 100% false- we were never “forced” to go to this concert,” he wrote. “ We are a team that supports all of our players, but this is just crazy. Might want to find a better source Athlon Sports.”

Deion Sanders Responded To The Report Himself

Coach Prime also addressed Athlon Sports’ report, flat-out stating it was a lie.

“This is one of the best lies I’ve heard. God bless u and I pray u sleep well tonight because we are. Lawd JESUS,” he tweeted over the weekend.

While a lot can be said about Coach Prime and how he’s handled the program in Boulder, this one doesn’t appear legit.

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