Kareem Hunt Shows Initiative, Enters Counselling and Therapy Programs

Former Kansas City Chiefs working again Kareem Hunt has began working with the NFL in coordinating a therapy and counseling bundle to right his conduct. As , Hunt was canned by the Chiefs and subsequently positioned on the NFL’s “Exempt List” after a video him pummeling a 19-year outdated girl was posted by TMZ.

It’s being reported that Kareem Hunt has voluntarily sought counseling whereas he awaits completion the NFL’s inside investigation into his conduct – the altercation with the 19-year outdated girl not the one incidence violence. Kareem Hunt was additionally implicated in a violent throwdown in a Kansas City nightclub, which was by the way printed by TMZ as effectively; see under.

ESPN stories that Kareem Hunt is actually taking preemptive motion in direction of the inevitable motion plan drafted by the NFL. There’s a precedent  remedy and counseling being mandated by the league to all NFL gamers who’ve misplaced their “taking part in” privileges following a transgressive act. The street to a “second probability” would seemingly should coincide with the difficulty fading out public view. The NFL ten makes use of its “Exempt List” like a detainment middle, whereas they determine an acceptable plan and punishment for the proclaimed fender.

Bay Bridge Shooting Victim Identified As Dallas Promoter & Rapper Li’l Pooh

A shooting took place on the Bay Bridge in San Fransico Monday morning and police have now identified the victim as 31-year-old Darryl Stinnette Jr., or Li’l Pooh, who was a Dallas based promoter and rapper as well as a father two. Darryl was in the city to promote a rapper he was touring with, and police suspect that his death may be connected to a shooting at a club the night before. 

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the killer is still at large and police have yet to find out the motive for the attack. There were two others in the vehicle who suffered injuries. 

“He was a good person,” Stinnette’s father, Darryl Stinnette Sr. told the publication over the phone. “He brought joy around everywhere he went. This is affecting me pretty bad. Now we have to get him home. We have to bury him.”

He added: “He got interested in music at the age 11. He did everything every little kid does. He played basketball and football and after that he decided to focus on music.”