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Tuesday, October 15, 2013



The man who raised Adrian Peterson's 2-year-old son says he's sick and tired of people feeling sorry for the NFL star, claiming AP didn't care about the boy because he never got the chance to meet him. 

We broke the story, AP only learned he was the biological dad a few months ago. Before the revelation, the child's mother was under the impression that the father was a man named Bobby Ruffin

After the child passed away on Friday, Bobby went to his Facebook page and unloaded ... writing, "So tired of this poor Adrian Peterson sh*t. Let me blow all your minds. The boy who died was my son."

"Yes A.P. he was the biological father but I raised him and he carried my name. Tyrese Robert Ruffin. I don’t blame AP for not really caring cuz him and I both found out recently who the biological father was."

“AP met my son for the first time yest when my son was already in coma. I was here today when we pulled the plug, not him. He was happily practicing and has no problem playing on Sunday."

"So yea this isn’t all out yet but I’m sick of the poor AP sh*t. He didn’t know or even meet my son. Sorry for the outburst but put yourself in my place.”

CBS College Basketball Analyst Doug Gottlieb Tweets Controversial Take On Adrian Peterson’s Situation

CBS college basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb is used to riling up fan bases with his often over-the-top analysis and criticism. His take on Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s situation seems to have hit a new level of controversy, however.
Peterson tragically lost a 2-year-old son this past Friday. The boy was allegedly beatenby Joseph Robert Patterson, the 27-year old boyfriend of the child’s mother, and died two days later from the injuries. Peterson, according to reports, had recently learned of the existence of the child, and met him for the first time in the hospital.
Peterson chose to both practice on Friday and play on Sunday. The decision was met with both praise and criticism by many. Gottlieb made it clear which side of the fence he is on:
Stop asking Peterson about losing a child. He may have fathered that child,he was not a dad. No dad would leave a bedside for practice

It’s an interesting viewpoint, for sure, because he’s stating that while Peterson may have been his son’s biological father, he was not his “dad” – he thinks a dad would have stayed by his son’s side. It’s also a very controversial statement, given the sensitive nature of the topic.
What do you think? Should Peterson have stayed with his son, even though they’d never met, or does he have the right to grieve however he feels without scrutiny from the media?

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