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Heavyweight denies being high in ‘child trafficking exposed’ video

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Heavyweight David Rodriguez has been attacked by trolls and dealt with many comments over his ‘child trafficking exposed’ video, but one recent quip leads to the former boxer speaking out.

The 41-year-old, who retired in 2015 with a 37-2 record, has never been one for holding back when there’s a need to speak your mind.

Recently, the heavyweight brought to light a delicate subject and made substantial claims of pedophilia being rife in Hollywood.

Since the viral clip, Rodriguez has been inundated with interview requests, but derogatory responses are regular.

Heavyweight David Rodriguez

Rodriguez chose to answer one such claim over ‘sniffing’ gestures in the video, which he explained for those who decided to accuse him of taking drugs.

“No, I was not doing cocaine during the video filming that went viral,” The heavyweight pointed out. “The sniffling and snorting are due to twenty years of getting consistently punched in the face by heavyweights.

“You all should be more impressed that I can still formulate a sentence.”

Sober for over 120 days, Rodriguez is enjoying life without demons and is becoming something of an internet sensation.

Several TV appearances followed his explosive and revealing online chat, which he has since chosen to leave behind.

“I wanna say thank you from my deepest being to those showing support. Thank you so much! To those trolls that don’t… You can KISS my ASS.

“I didn’t have to go public with this info, nor did I think this would even go viral.

“Skeptics may believe this darkness does not exist, but the horror involved in this war is so.


“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

“I’m going to be wrapping up my last interview on this disturbing subject tomorrow and then getting back to my true love. Boxing.

“I’ll be putting out self-defense videos on my YouTube channel and sports commentating on the @ImpactBoxSeries.

“If I could relay one thing to all of you. THANK YOU. That video was not meant to go viral. Life has gotten crazier, but so much light is out there, which is comforting.

“Each of us makes a choice daily to live in light or darkness.

“I plan to do other interviews this week, but I will move in a pure, more spiritual direction. I don’t mind discussing this current political climate, but I will not keep beating this wasp nest.”

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