The Entire Internet Was Completely Fooled By Report About Rashee Rice’s Cleats That Were Found In His Car At Scene Of Accident

Photo of Rashee Rice holding two fingers up and photo of white pair of cleats
Kansas City Chiefs star Rashee Rice is likely to be in some hot water with Dallas authorities following a crash that occurred on Saturday evening.

A vehicle belonging to the wide receiver – either registered or leased to him – is believed to have caused an accident in Northeast Dallas around 6:20 PM on the night.

The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Rice is wanted in connection with the crash, although it wasn’t immediately clear that he was actually there at the time.

Photos and videos have since surfaced online showing someone appearing to be Rice fleeing the scene with two other male individuals.

According to a spokeswoman, drivers of a Chevrolet Corvette and a Lamborghini were speeding before they both lost control of their vehicles. The Lamborghini hit the median wall, setting off “a chain reaction collision involving four other vehicles.”

The occupants from both vehicles reportedly ran from the crash site while four people were injured, two of whom were hospitalized.

Of course, the internet is a troublesome place. And, given that no one was seriously injured, the jokes were rife online following news of the incident. One of the more popular ones had folks believing that there was a stolen pair of cleats in Rice’s vehicle.

REPORT: The white cleats found in Rashee Rice’s car are a pair of Clyde “Sweet Feet” Livingston’s. The shoes had been stolen from a nearby charity event earlier that day,” the Fantasy Gazette posted on X.

The tweet got plenty of reactions from people who believed the report was real, although plenty of them saw through it.

Not quite April Fools, but it’s been on quite a run.

Rashee Rice Has Lawyered Up

Whether Rashee Rice is facing charges was still unknown at the time of writing and his level of involvement in the crash remains unclear, but CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson reported that the wide receiver has retained counsel.

The player grew up in the Fort Worth suburb of North Richland Hills, Texas, and played his college football at SMU in Dallas. He was drafted out of the second round by the Chiefs last year and helped them win the Super Bowl in February.

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