Joe Burrow, the best-paid player in the NFL, is pleaded with by “Tiger King” Joe Exotic to help him avoid jail time.

Joe Burrow, the best-paid player in the NFL, is pleaded with by “Tiger King” Joe Exotic to help him avoid jail time.

NFL quarterback Joe Burrow is accused of using his nickname to steal “fame and attention” while he is incarcerated by Joe Exotic, a participant in the well-liked “Tiger King” Netflix documentary.

In a remarkable letter written by the “Tiger King,” Joe Exotic has been urged to help Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals secure Joe Exotic’s release from prison.

When the Netflix documentary series “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness” debuted in March 2020, the tale of Joe Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage, went mainstream and experienced a surge in popularity.
Exotic was found guilty of attempting to have his “rival,” Carole Baskin, killed, and is now serving a 21-year sentence in a federal prison.

The 60-year-old is presently incarcerated but anticipates regaining his freedom soon.
In an open letter to Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who last week became the highest-paid player in NFL history, the former zookeeper expressed his desire to be released from prison.

Burrow signed a five-year contract extension worth $275 million, with $219,011 million guaranteed, last week, making him the highest-paid player in the NFL.
Because he and Burrow both go by the moniker “Tiger King,” Exotic seems to be suggesting in his letter to the quarterback that the NFL star should assist him.

Exotic wrote in the letter, “I see the news, magazines, as well as yourself calling you the Tiger King.
“While I sit innocent in an American Federal Prison, the entire world is making money off of me and my trademarks.
Earlier than when you graduated from high school, I was the Tiger King.
My trademark and intellectual property is called Tiger King.
While you all profit from the fame and attention brought to my life’s toil, my life has been destroyed, my parents have passed away, and I am still battling cancer and two other fatal diseases.

Exotic then continues his puzzling letter by claiming that Burrow can help him raise money to pay for his legal representation because he was wrongfully detained.
“Since everyone is enjoying their fame as the Tiger King, I’m suffering unjustly in a cage in prison,” he continued.
Why not help me do a good deed and raise $20,000 for a down payment on attorneys?

Exotic sensationally added that if Burrow does assist him, karma might follow in the form of future success for the Bengals.
“Maybe paying it forward, God might help you get to the Super Bowl this year,” he wrote as his closing statement.

Burrow is not likely to comply with Exotic’s demands or even acknowledge them.
The 26-year-old expressed his distaste for his moniker, “Tiger King,” back in November. That program is not my favorite.
Due to my dislike of seeing animals in cages, I have not watched the show. I didn’t watch the show, so I don’t like that moniker.
In an AFC North matchup, Burrow’s 0-1 Bengals take on the 1-0 Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.


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