Warren Sapp Gets Fired From mouthpiece company ZYPPAH
Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Once NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp was arrested in Phoenix over Super Bowl weekend for soliciting prostitution and assault, he started losing gigs left and right. First NFL Network let him go as an analyst, then Bud Light, and now mouthpiece company ZYPPAH, with whom he's been a spokesperson for since 2013. Per ZYPPAH...
quote:

"We will be terminating our working relationship with Warren Sapp, effective immediately."

"While ZYPPAH fully supports the due process of law, Mr. Sapp's confirmed and admitted involvement in Monday morning's incident simply doesn't reflect the level of character we demand from our brand representatives," a rep for the company says.
"This decision was made in order to preserve the integrity of the brand and the ethical fiber upon which our core business was built."

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Comments

9 Comments
No one should have their life destroyed for paying for sex. It's idiotic!
Reply81 months
Not one person has come to this guy's defense.
Reply81 months
Give the bitches the money next time you cheap idiot! Look what it's cost you now.
Reply81 months
I've met this guy multiple times thru business. Believe me, KARMA is a bitch. Getting exactly what he deserves.
Reply81 months
HOF'er entitlements flying out the window with the cash!!! Sad situation for the man...
Reply81 months
Lol
What a toad
Reply81 months
Couldn't happen to a more deserving guy
Reply81 months
Feel bad for the guy
Reply81 months
U gonna U
Reply81 months
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