Fake Dolphins' Player Who Said Black Women Aren't 'Coachable' Accused of Scamming White Women for Years

Ricardo "Maserati Rick" Agnant used his imposter NFL status to hook up with ladies.

Just last week, Washington linebacker Lynden Trail jumped onto his Facebook account and asked his followers why they think "Black athletes with money marry white women?"

Trail got more than he bargained for when a cat-fishing, fake Miami Dolphins' player, under the Instagram handle "Maserati Rick," responded that successful Black athletes don't marry Black women because they aren't "coachable" and they're "stubborn, close-minded and always want to argue and be the boss." 

The backlash of comments on social media got so severe that Trail had distance himself from "Maserati Rick" by tweeting out a photo of his beautiful Black family.

Well, days later and it's being reported that "Maserati Rick," real name Ricardo Agnant, has been faking his NFL status with the Dolphins to scam white women for three years now. 

Somehow, Agnant snuck his way into participating in the NFL Regional Combine at the Dolphins' training center back in 2014 without ever playing college football. He used that brief appearance to cat-fish people into believing he was a Dolphins' player, allegedly filtering and manipulating his photos so that they would show the team's uniform, but never his number. He even blurred out his faux contract signing image.

From that he was allegedly able to cozy up to women, adding to his created NFL player status by taking selfies at luxury car dealerships. As if he was a big baller.

Flip through some of his doctored pics below.


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