Found November 30, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
New York Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara was interviewed by MSG’s Jill Martin during halftime of the Knicks-Wizards game on Friday, and he dropped a load on us.
The second-year corner revealed that he used to go No. 2 as part of his pregame ritual, but he says he no longer does it.
“That stopped working for me, so I discontinued that,” he said.
Amukamara then capped off his intimate revelation by saying, “the ladies call me “Princie-poo.” Little did he realize that nickname suddenly had a dual-meaning.
H/T Jimmy Traina
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