Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead is thankful to have his pup back.
“ESPN” reports Whitehead took to Snapchat this morning to announce he got his dog Blitz back. Whitehead posted on Instagram on Sunday saying his dog had been stolen and was being held for ransom. The dog ended up in the possession of a Fort Worth rapper named Boogotti Kasino, who posted several videos on social media with the dog, while demanding Whitehead pay him $20,000.
Details of how Whitehead got Blitz back were not released, but Kasino posted a video to Instagram of Blitz being returned to some members of Whitehead’s entourage.Source: Washington Post