Aaron Hernandez apparently still has a lot of strong feelings about the New England Patriots.
The former Patriots tight end is serving a life sentence after being found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2013 death of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd. But he’s found plenty of time to send letters to apparent fans, and TMZ Sports obtained one of his latest, in which he gives his two cents about Patriots players and owner Robert Kraft.
The letter is pretty out there, as you might imagine coming from a convicted murderer, and it doesn’t start off very kindly. Hernandez first tells the recipient, whom he addresses as Rachel, to “tie a cinder block to your ankles and jump in a deep body of water” before abruptly jumping to the subject of the Patriots.
“Anyways, yes I actually could watch TV and the games,” Hernandez wrote. “I have a TV in my cell! And yes I still root for my squad and still love all the ones I loved. The closest I was with was probably Brady in whom I love to death and always will and only hope the best for them.
“But (I) was cool with Julez (Julian Edelman), (Deion) Branch … and ‘the best TE ever to walk on a football field’ GRONK!”
But despite all Hernandez’s love for past and present members of the Patriots’ offense, he’s no longer a huge fan of Kraft.
“I could go on for a while but many (probably) switched on me like you and the rest of the fake no loyalty having (expletive) in the world but my love for them will never change,” Hernandez wrote. “And fake ass non loyal Kraft who told me he loved me every time he (saw) me but obviously shows his word ain’t (expletive) but my love was real and still love all of them (’cause) I’m not a phony like many of them!”
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