Report: Aaron Hernandez Playing Matchmaker in Prison, Setting ‘Roommates’ Up With Women Who Write Him

Aaron Hernandez is making the most of his time behind bars, and his “roommates” couldn’t be happier.

The former Patriots tight end is receiving letters from women in prison but he’s passing them off to fellow prisoners, who respond to these ladies with hopes of becoming pen pals, reports TMZ.

The website recently acquired a couple of letters written by two of Hernandez’s acquaintances behind bars. The letters were sent to women who originally wrote Hernandez but, according to the report, the former tight end is playing matchmaker and setting up some of his pals for potential relationships on the other side of the wall.

One letter, from “Ronnie” (a.k.a. “Rondo”), states that he was in prison for beating up a cop and that he has 65 tattoos. If that’s not your thing, the 21-year-old describes himself as “Portuguese and Italian,” and “more lean and cut up, rather than bulky.”

“John” writes in a separate letter that he’s Hernandez’s “roommate,” and adds that the former Patriot is “doing good, taking it one day at a time,” and that “we are in here chilling.”

“John” adds that he’s a Libra, has curly hair now but usually rocks a “number 2 with a tape up on the street.” He’ll be out in January and sent along his Facebook information so his recipient can check out the 21-year-old who brags about his 6-foot-2 frame and dimples.

Check out the letters below.

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