Buffalo Bills star Josh Allen refutes Damar Hamlin ‘body double’ related conspiracies as he calls them ‘STUPID’ and answers doubters by telling them to ‘stop the bullshit that’
NFL quarterback Josh Allen has responded to conspiracy theorists’ claims that a ‘body double’ by Damar Hamlin was in the Buffalo Bills-Cincinnati Bengals playoff game, telling them to ‘stop the s***’ that.
Appearing on Kyle Brandt’s Basement podcast on Tuesday, the 26-year-old was asked if he could confirm whether a ‘clone’ or the actual football safety appeared in the team’s locker room, as shown by the Bills’ social media team. Doubters’ claims stem from the fact that Hamlin was masked and wearing a hoodie as well as alien frame shades, which did not allow people to see much of his face.
“Yeah, that’s stupid,” Allen said. ‘One, that’s Damar’s swag. He likes to wear it. Two, he was in our locker room pre-game, so yes it was Damar.’
‘There is absolutely no chance. He’s Damar Hamlin, that’s our man, that’s our brother. He was with us pre-game, post-game,’ he added. ‘He was in the suite with his family, his younger brother. That’s 100 percent why people need to stop that bullshit.’
Bills QB Josh Allen, 26, calls Damar Hamlin clone ‘stupid’ in podcast interview
Conspiracy theorists think a ‘body double’ showed up at the Bills-Bengals game on Sunday
Hamlin laughed off conspiracy theorists’ allegations by sharing a photo of himself next to a mural of himself in Bills gear in Buffalo’s Larkinville neighborhood, with the caption ‘Clone’ – another debunked term used by those who -skepticism to describe the safety who posed in the same all-red outfit and a red, white and blue puffer jacket he wore at Highmark Stadium in Sunday’s 27-10 Bengals win.
The 24-year-old shared an update on his Twitter account on Tuesday, letting everyone know that they will be hearing about him soon.
‘Thank you for all the REAL love, thoughts and prayers from around the world…you will be hearing from me soon!’
Hamlin, 24, spoke Tuesday on Twitter, telling people they’ll be hearing from him soon.
Damar Hamlin played conspiracies, posed with a mural of him captioned: ‘Clone’
The Bills were unable to fire up the fans the same way Hamlin did on Sunday, as the Bengals rumbled in Orchard Park, as Cincy quarterback Joe Burrow capped off an impressive performance by throwing for 242 yards. , who completed two touchdown passes. for a pass completion rate of 63.9 percent (23-of-36 completed passes).
Postgame Bills players were content with the sight of their ‘brother’ and teammate in the locker room.
‘His presence alone I think speaks volumes,’ Morse told ESPN. ‘[…] He’s not a big rah-rah guy and I’m sure that at some point he’s pretty tired of people asking how he’s doing or being put in a position he didn’t ask to be put in. His presence alone, his smile, his positive energy, which he always has, always injects energy and good vibes into the group.’
‘He was really fun to see. I’m really happy for the fans, the crowd, for him to be able to go out there, and he’s worked very hard to get in the position he is at now.’
It remains unclear whether Hamlin will be involved in NFL action, as he continues his recovery following his fall on the field at Paycor Stadium on Jan. 2.
Hamlin continues his recovery after his fall on the field at Paycor Stadium on Jan. 2