It’s now been ten days since the “Breaking Cardinal Rule” scandal consumed the UofL fan base. Since then, a handful of former players have publicly commented regarding the allegations. Former Louisville star Terrence Williams is the latest to speak on the allegations.
The man we know as T-Will had some not so surprising comments. He aggressively denied the allegations whens speaking with TMZ.
“I am not a part of that. To Louisville I am f**king Elvis Presley. So why would I pay anybody for anything?”
“Motherf**kers pay me for pictures and handshakes. And that’s not being cocky, ’cause I don’t play around with my blessing. I’m very honored to be in that position in Louisville. Louisville is the greatest city, the fans are great, Rick Pitino is great.”
He’s not finished … Williams says Katina Powell — the woman behind the book — is nothing more than a thirsty, money hungry liar looking for a pay day.
“Nobody’s gonna pay attention to a b*tch searching for money. So you make up stuff, and you put out all these allegations. If my name’s on anything, provide proof.”
“At the end of the day when the smoke clears, she’s going to go to jail. You need to be put under the f**king jail. You need to be put in a black f**king hole in Langley.”
Terrence says he’s got a team of lawyers evaluating his legal options — and says he’s also furious that his former coach Rick Pitino and his close friend Andre McGee are being dragged through the mud.
“Andre’s the most kind hearted person ever. And Rick Pitino, he’s Rick Pitino! A Hall of Famer, a legend … he don’t need to buy any kid p*ssy to get him to commit to the University of Louisville. It’s a privilege to play there.”
I’d expect more players to comment on the allegations over the next few weeks. Needless to say, I doubt they’ll be quite as bold as T-Will.<