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They called him “Maserati Rick,” but his name is Ricardo Agnant and this is a man who was posing as a Miami Dolphins’ offensive lineman football player with a contract in the NFL.
Agnant was walking around catfishing women he would meet at night clubs and people on social media with his fake pictures of him as a football player.
In January, “Maserati Rick” even catfished a dealership into believing he was the real deal and after his visit the dealer even re-posted a pic of him on IG saying, “Look who stopped by to say hello and pick out a few cars Ricardo Agnant of the Miami Dolphins. Had a great visit and super nice guy.”
The Black Sports Online investigation did a lot of research to debunk everything Agnant said he was on his social media.
They researched and found out that he didn’t attend college, but that he in 2014, Agnant did attend one day at the Dolphins’ combine, but that was it.
This man posted pictures of filtered pictures that was supposedly him signing a football contract, running drills at the combine, suited and on the field and he insinuated that they pictures were of him working it.
And here is how the Black Sports Online investigation started to looking into him- One day Ricardo decided to respond a poll that was posted on Facebook by Washington Football Team linebacker Lynden Trail that said, “Why do you a lot black athletes married white women?”
From that post, Agnant went off on a rant saying, ” most of the sisters were raised in broken homes and they don’t have proper guidance to how they should treat a man, so they mess up a lot in relationships, the biggest difference is a white woman knows her position and accepts her role as woman and let her man lead.”
He continued with his comment and one even implied that he was a football player too.
So once he was busted for being con artist who FAKED his NFL player status, this man has gone dark on the social media grid.
Via:nypost

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