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#1 Jan 17 2013 at 10:44 AM Rating: Excellent
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It's blowing up on mainstream media now, but Deadspin broke the story yesterday: Manti Te'o, famous linebacker who plays for Notre Dame, never had a girlfriend who he claimed died of leukemia within hours of his own grandmother dying.

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Nov. 28, 2009: Te'o and Kekua meet after Stanford's 45-38 victory over Notre Dame in Palo Alto, according to the South Bend Tribune: "Their stares got pleasantly tangled, then Manti Te'o extended his hand to the stranger with a warm smile and soulful eyes." Kekua, a Stanford student, swaps phone numbers with Te'o.

Some time in 2012: Kekua has a car accident somewhere in California that leaves her "on the brink of death" (Sports Illustrated). But when? Eight months before she died of cancer, in September, reports ESPN. "About the time Kekua and Manti became a couple," reports the South Bend Tribune. April 28, reports SI.

June 2012: As Kekua recovers from her injuries, doctors discover she has leukemia. She has a bone-marrow transplant. ("That was just in June," Brian Te'o told the South Bend Tribune in October of 2012. "I remember Manti telling me later she was going to have a bone marrow transplant and, sure enough, that's exactly what happened. From all I knew, she was doing really, really well.")

Sept. 11-12, 2012: Te'o's grandmother dies in Hawaii. Later, Kekua dies in California. Or is it the other way around? "Te'o's girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, died Sept. 11 of complications from leukemia. His grandma, Annette Santiago, died after a long illness less than 24 hours later," according to the Sept. 22 South Bend Tribune. No, Annette dies first, according to the Oct. 12 South Bend Tribune. In fact, Lennay lives long enough to express condolences over the death of Annette:

Sept. 22, 2012: Kekua's funeral takes place in Carson, Calif. (The Associated Press puts it in "Carson City, Calif.," which does not exist.) Te'o skips the funeral, saying Kekua had insisted that he not miss a game (Los Angeles Times). Her casket is closed at 9 a.m. Pacific time, according to Te'o. That night, Notre Dame beats Michigan, 13-6, to go to 4-0, the school's best start in a decade. Te'o intercepts two passes. After the game, he says of Lennay: "All she wanted was some white roses. So I sent her roses and sent her two picks along with that." Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly awards the game ball to Lennay Kekua, handing it to Te'o to "take back to Hawaii."

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This week, we got in touch with a woman living in Torrance, Calif. We'll call her Reba, to protect her identity. She was initially confused, then horrified to find that she had become the face of a dead woman. "That picture," she told us over the phone, "is a picture of me from my Facebook account."

Manti Te'o and Lennay Kekua did not meet at Stanford in 2009. The real beginning of their relationship apparently occurred on Twitter, as an encounter between @MTeo_5 and @lovalovaloveYOU, on Oct. 10, 2011.
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And now here it was on a dead girl's Twitter profile. After googling Lennay Kekua's name, Reba began to piece things together. She called up the classmate. He expressed alarm, Reba told us later, and "immediately began acting weird." "Don't worry about it," he told her. Moments after the phone call, Reba's picture was removed from the @LoveMSMK Twitter profile. Then, in a series of lengthy phone calls, Reba told us everything she knew about the classmate, a star high school quarterback turned religious musician named Ronaiah Tuiasosopo.


I highly suggest reading the Deadspin article. It implies (though doesn't prove) that Te'o was part of a long-running hoax about a girlfriend who eventually found out she had leukemia and died right before a big game against Michigan - and right as Te'o was a top contender for the Heisman Trophy. The truth is the girl never existed; the question is whether or not Te'o knew that. It seems almost impossible that he didn't; he had reportedly known her since 2009, been friends since 2010, and dating since 2011 early 2012... long-distance. What do you guys think?

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I bet they were using her as cover for his relationship with Tuiasosopo.
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I have no idea what the heck is going on. Every bit of it seems to be filled with juicy lies, bad alibis, and deceit. I get the feeling things are going to be slowly unraveling over the next couple of weeks. Will be interesting to see how this all plays out.

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I bet they were using her as cover for his relationship with Tuiasosopo.

There's a lot of speculation about that being true, or Te'o trying to hide up some other homosexual relationship.
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I have no idea what the heck is going on. Every bit of it seems to be filled with juicy lies, bad alibis, and deceit. I get the feeling things are going to be slowly unraveling over the next couple of weeks. Will be interesting to see how this all plays out.

Yeah, I'm pretty curious. Right now the only thing that seems solid is that the girlfriend was a hoax and that Tuiasosopo was behind the Twitter account and pictures of her.
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Maybe they accidentally killed his actual girlfriend and are trying to cover up by making it look like a hoax.
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I saw a bit about this story last night, and I have no clue why the **** I should care. Some football player had a make-believe girl friend. WHY is this **** news?
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I saw a bit about this story last night, and I have no clue why the @#%^ I should care. Some football player had a make-believe girl friend. WHY is this @#%^ing news?


It's an interesting, and well-deserved black eye for the outlets that reported on it without fact checking. That's pretty much it, as far as I'm concerned.
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I saw a bit about this story last night, and I have no clue why the @#%^ I should care. Some football player had a make-believe girl friend. WHY is this @#%^ing news?


I think part of it is that, if he knew about the hoax (and I'm not sure how he didn't), he lied about these heartbreaking details to make himself a sympathetic character and to get a lot of media attention during the Heisman Trophy stuff. From the article, he even wrote to sick kids telling them abou this fake girlfriend.

IMHO, it makes football a lot more interesting...
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I saw a bit about this story last night, and I have no clue why the @#%^ I should care. Some football player had a make-believe girl friend. WHY is this @#%^ing news?

Because now he's free to date a Kardashian.
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Not news, entertainment. You know kind of like most of the political **** that happens in D.C.
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At first I was Smiley: confused.
Then after reading about what was going on I was all Smiley: rolleyes.
-shrug- I suppose there are some people that are surprised that people lie for attention.
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At first I was Smiley: confused.
Then after reading about what was going on I was all Smiley: rolleyes.
-shrug- I suppose there are some people that are surprised that people lie for attention.


Kind of my thoughts too. I'm also willing to give him the benefit of the doubt a bit, maybe he was taken in if it was completely an on-line relationship. That happened to a cousin of mine. He's a dumbass too.

Or maybe it's as some people speculate and the whole thing was made up so he had a cover for being gay. Which would be kinda sad.
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Or maybe it's as some people speculate and the whole thing was made up so he had a cover for being gay. Which would be kinda sad.

Honestly, I think that's the worst outcome. If he knew about it and lied for media attention, that's some justifiable anger, but whatever.
If he didn't know about it and was legitimately invested, that's sad, but he just looks stupid and moves on.
If he did it on purpose to hide his sexuality, his life is going to suck. Being a **** Mormon is grounds for excommunication, and I figure Notre Dame (and football teams in general) aren't too huge on the MSM front.
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and I figure Notre Dame (and football teams in general) aren't too huge on the MSM front.

I bet you could get a team to overlook it for his skills. At this point it's free publicity either way, and if nothing else they get the **** version of Tebowmania for a year before shipping him off to the Jets (and yes, it'd totally be the Jets again).

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before shipping him off to the Jets (and yes, it'd totally be the Jets again).


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It totally would. And Rex would change the number on his tattoo of his wife in the jersey for him.

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On one hand, I find it incredibly hard to believe he didn't know, but on the other, he might just be that stupid.I feel like this whole thing is a case for the Bloodhound Gang or something.
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I've been hearing about this story all day, and the one thing that stands out to me the most about it is how little I care. Fake girlfriend or real girlfriend, did he know, didn't he know. It doesn't matter one **** bit. If the media hadn't jumped all over it, nobody would give a damn. This is case of media hype, nothing more.
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Given that I've never heard of anyone involved in this before, put me firmly in the "why should I care?" category.

Of course, that doesn't prevent the +1
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I have no idea what the heck is going on. Every bit of it seems to be filled with juicy lies, bad alibis, and deceit. I get the feeling things are going to be slowly unraveling over the next couple of weeks. Will be interesting to see how this all plays out.

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He's gay. He needed a beard, so he and his lover made one up. Same old story. He'll probably run for congress as a Republican.
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Given that I've never heard of anyone involved in this before, put me firmly in the "why should I care?" category.

Of course, that doesn't prevent the +1

I take for granted how much people care about college football or the likely recruits for the NFL Smiley: frown Comes from working for universities, I suppose!
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"Why should I care?" is kind of a dumb question. No one is asking anyone to rise up and change the world over this. It's a human interest story made larger by the role of the media, sports culture and the fact that millions were a part of it in some way versus some dink at home **** to Lonelygirl15 videos. Even if you want to say you don't care about the story, the way the media treated the story is interesting in of itself.
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I like how nobody is even considering the possibility that Te'o's girlfriend is Canadian, like my totally real high school girlfriend was. We didn't get to see each other a lot, but she was really hot, guys.


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I like how nobody is even considering the possibility that Te'o's girlfriend is Canadian

Post #2 Smiley: wink
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I like how nobody is even considering the possibility that Te'o's girlfriend is Canadian

Post #2 Smiley: wink


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Post #2 Smiley: wink

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"Why should I care?" is kind of a dumb question. No one is asking anyone to rise up and change the world over this. It's a human interest story made larger by the role of the media, sports culture and the fact that millions were a part of it in some way versus some dink at home **** to Lonelygirl15 videos. Even if you want to say you don't care about the story, the way the media treated the story is interesting in of itself.


Yeah, not really. I didn't care about this guy or his story before, and I don't care about it now. Media mishandling of "news" has never been solely worthy of my attention before, nor will it be in this case. This whole thing reminds me of the typical glue eater in kindergarten and the "too cool" kid who always finds it necessary to make a big deal out of it. I don't care if your little boy eats glue, licks windows, or whatever, and I don't need someone else's little boy making it a point to tell me about it.
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This whole thing reminds me of the typical glue eater in kindergarten and the "too cool" kid who always finds it necessary to make a big deal out of it. I don't care if your little boy eats glue, licks windows, or whatever, and I don't need someone else's little boy making it a point to tell me about it.


That is an oddly specific, and totally esoteric reference.
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Eh, okay. So then don't read it. Or start a fan club for people too cool to care Smiley: laugh
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I don't care about this so hard that I'm going to write a post detailing just how much I totally don't care about it.
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I don't care if your little boy eats glue, licks windows, or whatever, and I don't need someone else's little boy making it a point to tell me about it.

What if the glue was poisonous?
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I don't care if your little boy eats glue, licks windows, or whatever, and I don't need someone else's little boy making it a point to tell me about it.

What if the glue was poisonous?

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It was really rubber cement!


There's a joke in there somewhere...

I think this is a case of media butthurt. It's only a story because the media repeated the whole "my girlfriend had leukemia and died" bit over and over, and now they find out it's false, instead of going "Golly, maybe we should have fact checked that a bit?", it's "OMG! What a travesty that this guy lied about this!!!!". Guy making up an imaginary girlfriend he met on the internet is a total non-story. Sports writers falling for it and then realizing how stupid they were I guess *is* a story.
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I think it was SI who initially broke the story. I'm probably wrong, but too lazy to factcheck. Anyway, if it was SI, and they wrote the initial story about her, I can kind of see why no other journalist checked the background stuff. You'd think a reputable (at least in name) sports journalism company like Sports Illustrated would have checked up on their own story, so subsequent stories would take their initial work for granted.
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What I like about the story is that it gives me new reason to hate Notre Dame all over again. Especially with the way the school and athletic director are defending Te'o as being duped without really investigating...they are going to look stupid once everybody realizes how involved in the hoax Te'o was. I almost felt kinda bad for some of my Notre Dame friends after they got blown out in the championship game, but now all that schadenfreude is back.
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Has it already been stated that this was a cover-up for him being gay? I don't feel like reading the thread again.
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Has it already been stated that this was a cover-up for him being gay? I don't feel like reading the thread again.


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My first thought was maybe he's had too many concussions and he IS that stupid.
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Looks like we've made it to the "Yes I lied, but I'm really really telling the whole truth now" phase of the story. Should have hired Lance Armstrong as a consultant. That guy's a much better liar. Smiley: disappointed

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