It might be an awkward Christmas for Charles Leno, Jr. and his fiancée Jennifer Roth. Up until Dec. 17, she was constantly bragging about her rich NFL player man with public social media accounts, even a blog dedicated to their romance. However, the day after he proposed to her on national television, which was Dec. 16, disgustingly racist tweets resurfaced.
Now Roth is silent with all of the comments disabled on her social media.
Back on Nov. 8, Roth seemed to know she was going to get a proposal and was even gloating on her Facebook page:
Now that Facebook page is private and all of the comments are disabled. Her Instagram page is also private when it reportedly wasn’t before.
Neither one of them have made any public comments about her racist tweets.
The 27-year-old offensive tackle, who signed a $38 million extension deal with the Bears last year, got down on one knee in the middle of Soldier’s Field and popped the question.
See the video below:
Twenty-four hours later, several tweets surfaced of her using the N-word, mocking dark-skinned Black men, calling Black people ghetto and saying how “Black guys treat white girls on campus. See the tweets from Leno’s future wife below:
Roth is probably ecstatic to be booed up with an NFL player who landed a $38 million extension deal. According to her LinkedIn profile, she has sports management degrees from Columbia College Chicago and Eastern Illinois University — but works at City Barbecue in Deerfield, Illinois. Her intro described herself as an “Experienced Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the sports industry and non-profit sector.”
Being that Leno decided to do a public proposal, more than likely he will have to publicly address his future wife’s racism.