Apr 9, 2012|
Reknowned NFL jerk Warren Sapp has filed for bankruptcy... the fat load is 6.7 million dollars in debt. Enjoy the poor house Warren, maybe the shoddy way you've treated people over the years is biting you in your enormous ass.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
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