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Dwight Howard Takes Out AD in Orlando Paper Saying He Loves the City

by Robert Littal | Posted on Sunday, September 2nd, 2012
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Dwight should have just saved his money.

His actions proves that he is a liar, a fraud and someone who doesn’t claim 4 of the 5 kids he has with 5 different women.

Just play basketball, because that is the only thing he really does well.

Howard took out a full-page advertisement in Sunday’s Orlando Sentinel.

In it, he expresses “love” for the city and a gratitude for the chance to play there after a blockbuster trade last month sent him from the Magic to the Los Angeles Lakers.

“To play the game of basketball in the NBA is a blessing and to have had the opportunity to play before the Orlando fans for eight years was truly a privilege and an honor,” Howard says in the advertisement, which according to a story on the newspaper’s website appears on Page C7.

“Words cannot express the love that I have for Orlando. With your support we have done great things in this city from hanging banners to impacting our youth.”

“Although my career with the Magic has come to a close, my love for the city and the people that make it beautiful will never end,” the ad says.

It isn’t unusual for athletes to have their PR people write messages like this, but it doesn’t even remotely sound like something Dwight Howard would say.

In the end, that is what he will be remember for in Orlando, being a fake.

The fact he is trying to use kids for sympathy is frankly disturbing.

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