VIDEO: Journalist confirms Football players might lose their scholarships after allowing Real Boston Richey shoot his music video in FAMU locker room KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, July 23, 2023

VIDEO: Journalist confirms Football players might lose their scholarships after allowing Real Boston Richey shoot his music video in FAMU locker room

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Journalist haw confirmed Football players might lose their scholarships after allowing Real Boston Richey shoot his music video in FAMU locker room. 


Journalist wrote: "Historical Black College FAMU has suspended all Football operations after rising Florida rapper Boston Richey filmed a music video in their locker room. All of the 🏈 players scholarships are now in jeopardy."

On Friday, FAMU football coach Willie Simmons announced all team activities were suspended and an internal investigation was launched to determine who gave the rapper authorization to use the locker room and equipment. In the video for “Send A Blitz,” Richey and his team are seen turning up in the FAMU locker room at the Galimore-Powell Fieldhouse while wearing FAMU gear, including a football helmet.

The Tallahassee native released the music video on Friday and it’s already up to 228,000 views as of press time. The investigation can lead to the team being found in violation of university branding and licensing. In his statement shared on Twitter, Coach Simmons said the music video contained graphic language “that is not consistent with Florida A&M’s core values, principles and beliefs.” Simmons then shifted attention to his players stating they have failed to live up to what the school is known for. 

“It is a privilege to wear the Orange and Green and as a football program our young men have failed to live up to the standard set before us,” he wrote. “They will all learn from this mishap and we will continue to work hard every day to become the e st version of ourselves and continue to make Rattler nation proud.”

FAMU football coach Willie Simmons announced Friday night he was suspending all team activity and an internal investigation was underway to determine who authorized the gear and facility, which could violate university branding and licensing agreements.

Simmons said the graphic language in the video "is not consistent with Florida A&M's core values, principles and beliefs."

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