Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher was drowning his sorrows over his team’s lousy NFL season while out with another woman just hours before he murdered his live-in girlfriend and killed himself.
Belcher was with Brittni Glass at the Tengo Sed Cantina on Friday night, commiserating with staffers over his team’s then 1-10 record, waitress Ellen Richards, 27, said yesterday.
“He was saying, ‘Hi, my name is J.J.; I play for the Chiefs,’ ” Richards said about the 11:30 p.m. encounter.
“I asked him how we are handling everything [with the team’s record], and he said, ‘We’re standing strong. Kind of a tragedy, but we’re getting through it.’ ”
That same night, Belcher exchanged text messages with former University of Maine teammate Reggie Paramoure, according to Sports Illustrated.
“I see y’all boys aint doing too well,” Paramoure said about the Chiefs’ record. “Wats goen on wit u besides ball.”
“Our ‘o’ can’t even put 7 in the board for us, but everything good bro, baby momma crazy but I have a little girl almost 3 month man and she’s a blessing, she makes me smile on the worst day,” Belcher responded.
Gee, maybe he should have been home with his daughter instead of running around with this other woman.