Don’t Like Sproles’ Wife, Saints Fans? You Can “Voluntarily Exit [Her] Instagram”

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Yesterday, Michel Sproles fired out some nasty messages via Instagram picture-maker ripping the Saints for wanting to trade her husband. She spoke with TMZ today about Darren’s thoughts on the ordeal and offered a message to Saints fans which contained a considerable amoung of sass, Princesss Sass:

As for Darren, Michel says he predicted that her post would “blow up” before she put it online … she disagreed.

“He was right, I was wrong,” Michel says. Though she says he hasn’t commented about the situation since the post went up.

Michel says she’s now trying to move forward and focus on Darren’s new team — the Philadelphia Eagles.

As for the haters, Michel says … “These people don’t have to follow me, they can voluntarily exit my Instagram.”

MEOW! Gonna start saying that to commenters. I like this chick… but probably only because her husband is an Eagle. And because he’s fast.


  1. A women admitted she was wrong? I call BullShit!

  2. seems like a treat

  3. EJ from West Philly

    March 13, 2014 at 12:22 pm

    Whats poppin good brotha,I’m immediately following her,in the hopes of her posting some pics of her tits.

  4. Bernie from Broommall

    March 13, 2014 at 12:37 pm

    Love me a sexy fiesty color women. Hmmmmmmm

  5. Waiting for Kyle to explain Nova losing to Seton Hall in 1st round

  6. Sho Nuff's Afro Puffs

    March 13, 2014 at 1:02 pm

    All hope is lost. Kyle is a Yahoo. I assumed because of his ‘Nova education and having enough savvy to run a reasonably successful blog, he would be more……”enlightened”. It’s sad to think that Kyle’s base response attitude can be likened to commenters on SMH. NOW I understand why SOME posters here feel comfortable posting some of the nonsense they do.

  7. Hey, how’d Nova do?

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