When an ex-girlfriend of the Miami Dolphins’ offensive line coach Chris Foerster posted a video of him snorting white powder, she was doing it for a reason. Because the Miami Dolphins punished players for kneeling during the anthem, she decided to punish her ex-boyfriend by posting the video and ruining his career. The video of the coach snorting white powder was published by Kijuana Nige on Sunday. In the clip, you can see the 55-year-old coach snorting white powder, thought to be cocaine, with a $20 bill. The ex-girlfriend wanted to share the video because it exposes the hypocrisy of the Dolphins leadership.
Nige was not happy that Miami Dolphins players were punished for kneeling during the anthem. And while they are trying to protest racial injustice and police brutality in America, the coaches were all “high as s**t.”
On Monday morning, Foerster resigned. He was ashamed that his true pastime of drug abuse was revealed to the public.
33-year-old Nige is a model based in Las Vegas who was tired of the Dolphins’ coach’s criminal activity. And because she had a video of him snorting what is believed to be cocaine, she decided to publish it to get revenge for the players who were punished for kneeling during the anthem.
Nige admits to having dated Foerster and was happy to share the intimate footage of him snorting white powder on Sunday. Now his career as a Dolphins coach is over.
The video footage was recorded inside the Miami Dolphins’ offices. In it you can hear Foerster saying to Nige, “I’m about to go into a meeting but I’m going to do this before I go.”
Then he takes a rolled up $20 bill and snorts the white powder into his nostril.
The video was undated so it is unclear if it was this season or recorded in a former season. Since the video went viral, Nige has deleted the post. And she hopes that other leaders like this Miami coach will take responsibility for their actions.
“I have plenty of white friends so I’m not making this a race issue. People are missing the point. My point is everyone has to be held accountable for their decisions they roast players over anthems while the coaches be high as s**t and probably can’t sing along,” she wrote.
Because she exposed the coach, she has faced social media backlash. But she believes that the former Dolphins’ coach had it coming.
“I remember when Tiger Woods got blasted,” she wrote. “But don’t recall people attacking those women. They focused on TIGER WOODS!! SO WHY IS THIS ENTIRE PLANET SEEM TO BE FOCUSED ON ME… I know the answer but carry on.”
Later she added to the conversation by writing, “The white people mad at me like I forced blow down this mans nose and like I recorded it on tha low. No those are his habits and he recorded himself and sent it to me professing his love. So quick to make excuses for him but will roast a minority player over an athem (sic), dog fight, weed, domestic issues etc. But y’all keep saying ALL LIVES MATTER STFU!!”