Originally written on Jocks and Stiletto Jill  |  Last updated 11/18/14

We’re going to call today throwback Tuesday. That’s because we’re about to hump inot our hot tub time machine and take a trip back to the “90′s.” To a time when MTV was everything, the Bulls were king and the internet wasn’t popping. Former MTV VJ, Kennedy has written a book entitled, “The Kennedy Chronicles.” One of the “true life” tales featured in it centers on a dice game between Kennedy and Michael Jordan. Kennedy claims that Jordan- who is known to gamble- decided to up the odds and make things a little more interesting: Kennedy was having dinner with MJ and Russell Simmons at the Bowery Bar in NYC, when Michael broke out some dice. Before long, Kennedy says, Jordan decided it was “time to play for something” … and said, “If I win, you come back to my hotel room with me tonight.” Kennedy says she freaked out because she was a virgin –and imagined MJ’s giant penis would “eviscerate me from the inside out” … so she asked if they could play for Knicks tickets instead. And that’s when Jordan allegedly reminded Kennedy he had a wife — and offered her Nets tickets as a consolation. “Sure, he’ll filet my vag like a sea bass if he won at dice on a men’s room floor,” Kennedy writes … “but as soon as I want basketball tickets he’s a Promise Keeper? Whatevs.” Kennedy said she won the game, so no worries there. See, Juanita Jordan earned every bit of her $168 million.

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