"I need to get me a real raw uncut tv show or something...I can't continue to get betrayed like this," Bryant tweeted Wednesday, before deleting the message.
The message comes after Bryant mysteriously tweeted a statement, which also could be related to the alleged video, last week.
"Just quit with the b.s....It’s clear as day what's going on… I might need to do a exclusive interview about my life these past 5 years since the world is destined to know," Bryant said. "I use to let people take advantage of my life now that I’m no longer allowing that to happen it seems to be a problem…I’m not ashamed of none of my past incidents because that’s what made me who I am today."
What is Bryant talking about? Will it lead to another NFL scandal?
ESPN's Adam Schefter told ESPN Chicago 1000 recently that he has known about the alleged Bryant video since September and has been actively working on a story, but that he doesn't know if it's going to surface. Upon the content of the video, Schefter would only say, "there's a lot involved."
Bryant, 26, led the NFL last season with 16 touchdown receptions, which also marked a career high.
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