“I’m going to bet another 10k to p*ss you off!” Ex-Cowboys WR Dez Bryant lashes out at a fan unnecessarily questioning his money choices after winning $25,000 parlay

Dez Bryant never announced his official retirement from the game.


“I’m going to bet another 10k to p*ss you off!” Ex-Cowboys WR Dez Bryant lashes out at a fan unnecessarily questioning his money choices after winning $25,000 parlay

Dez Bryant (Image via IMAGO)

The former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has become an established punter after deciding to take his boots off. After his retirement, the former WR has made a good amount of money by betting on multiple sports.

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Recently, Bryant shared a video on his X account where he was seen winning a hefty amount of money through betting in a basketball game. It was a battle between Nevada and UNLV and Dez Bryant made the most out of it. As per the report by CBS Sports, the former footballer earned $416,970.35 on a 13-leg college basketball parlay.

After his last win in the game between Nevada and UNLV, the former WR shared a small video on his X account where a bundle of dollars was seen getting wrapped up. This certainly triggered a fan on X as he jokingly wrote,

Brother bout to give that parlay money back already lmao.

This made the former wide receiver angry. Sharing the tweet from his account, the former WR responded,

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Im buying a property with the money Since you so concerned about what im doing with my money Yall gotta quit being so weird and jealous on this app I’m going to bet another 10k to p*ss you off some more.

The war of words could have continued for long, however, it stopped there after the ex-Cowboys man came with that reply. Apart from the angry words at the fan, the former WR was also seen determined to place his bets more in the coming time.

Dez Bryant had expressed his interest in playing for the Cardinals

Bryant had a colorful career as the Cowboys wide receiver. He won multiple accolades and had several pro-bowl selections. In 2014, the WR got the All-Pro recognition. After the Cowboys, he played a season for the Baltimore Ravens.

Dez Bryant
Dez Bryant (Image via Imago)

However, the veteran WR did not announce his official retirement. Instead, he expressed his interest in coming back to the professional league. He exhibited that he wanted to play in the league for two more seasons. The player said that he would love to be a part of the league with the Arizona Cardinals.

Nevertheless, he did not get a call from the Cardinals. After football, he was seen as renowned punter than doing anything else.

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