Steelers player accused of having ‘hidden girlfriend’ in savage TikTok

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An unnamed Steelers player is getting roasted on social media for allegedly cheating on his girlfriend.

It all began with a video of Los Angeles-based Pilates instructor Jennifer Woodward that was reposted on the Instagram account, @sportsgossipinc.

“I had been very, very casually talking to an NFL player for a few months,” Woodward said. “He was talking to a lot of other girls which absolutely like is not the problem whatsoever. What is the problem is that while he’s been messing around with me, while he’s been messing around with other girls, he has had a whole girlfriend — hidden girlfriend — of three years.”

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Woodward did not reveal the identity of the player, but indicated that she planned to reach out to his girlfriend.

“I truly, truly believe in my heart of hearts that she’s oblivious so when I [direct message] her, I’m going to be as nice as I possibly can,” Woodward said. “I’m just automatically going to send her proof right off the bat. So what I have in my phone right now are screenshots of him texting me his address, him ordering me Ubers — I have all the receipts. I have him telling me he’s coming down from his apartment to come get me in the lobby. I have us making it very clear that I’m going to see him.”

Woodward took to TikTok on Nov. 27 to give an update on the ordeal in a short but poignant video set to the Rihanna song, “Take a Bow,” and captioned, “Yeah I destroyed his life all in one day and I’ll do it again.”

Text blurbs that read, “When you hook up w/talk to a NFL player for FUN but then find out hes a master manipulator who has a 3 year relationship and 10 side girls (sic),” and “So you tell his girlfriend (who has no idea) she dumps him, and he gets injured all in the same day,” appear on the screen while she lip syncs the lyrics of the song.

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 Some TikTok users were skeptical of Woodward’s claim, which they called, “cap,” which is slang for “fake” or a “lie.”

“To everyone saying, ‘This is cap,'” she said in front of a screenshot of text messages in a reply video, “here are screenshots of me DMming the girlfriend and this is when she broke up with him.”

“Okay so this is the first proof I sent the girlfriend and attached our screenshots between the player and I,” she said in another reply video to a user requesting messages with the player. “And this is even a Snapchat of me in his bathroom wearing one of his shirts.”

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