Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski 911 Call After His House Got Robbed During Super Bowl
Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports
If you didn't already know, Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski's house was robbed during this year's Super Bowl with reports saying that "multiple safes and possible guns" were stolen. When Gronk came back from Minnesota he made a 911 call to police that started with...

"This isn't an emergency ... this is just uh, Rob Gronkowski calling. And while I was gone, my whole house got robbed while on the Super Bowl trip and I just got back."
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Hahahahaha. Put a guy's livelihood at risk and now you get your shite stolen. frick you you dumb bitch
Reply12 months
Tre's posse on a roll. Have zero respect for the ski.
Reply12 months
That sucks. I bet Gronk has an awesome arse collection of toys, drugs, and guns..
Reply12 months
>> what did they take? << my favorite tonka trunk and my john cena action figure.
Reply12 months
LOL! That's good for that thug. Tre White says hello, Gronk. Karma is a bitch!
Reply12 months
Someone knows Rob really well. Yeah it's easy to know if he's going to be gone but they don't know if he has friends or family staying there unless they already know him. My bet is some ho bag he was cutting has a douche bag primary BF who did the deed.
Reply12 months
I think the real story is that Gronk has two roommates.
Reply12 months
Gronk needs a fall guy in case something goes down
12 months
Yo, its Gronk from the Pats Super Bowl team. Jist got back from Minapolis and my howse was broked into.
Reply12 months
911 Operator: “Your first name is ‘Rob’...ROB?!” (Laughter erupts in background with voice trailing off) “...what are the chances...?” (Dial tone)
Reply12 months
I like how he says, "While on the Super Bowl trip." like this guy DEFINITELY knows who he is. lol
Reply12 months
TreDavious White imposing his own sanctions for that late hit. Karma is grand.
Reply12 months
Dang. I don’t own much of value and I live in a nice area, but we have an alarm and a couple of Nest cams. Short of physical violence, not many feelings worse that having property stolen.
Reply12 months
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