Says the person that has 4 posts on this site. I don't know what you even mean when you say karma wasn't on your side. That is past tense. Are you an IU fan?nothing like a Kentucky boiler, karma wasn't on your side
you are from Kentucky, and you are a boilerSays the person that has 4 posts on this site. I don't know what you even mean when you say karma wasn't on your side. That is past tense. Are you an IU fan?
The video sparked concern from around the sports world.
Saints insider Katherine Terrell has since provided an update on the situation.
"I just texted Drew Brees. He said he's good and that he did not get struck by lightning," she wrote on Twitter.
All signs point to the video being a fake promotional clip meant to draw attention to PointsBet. The sportsbook addressed the video with an official statement, but would not give an update on Brees' status.
"We are aware of the media coverage regarding PointsBet brand ambassador Drew Brees," the statement read. "We are in communication with Brees' team and will continue to monitor events throughout the coming hours. At this stage we will not be making any further comment."