There seem to be two trains of thought when it comes to Brittany Renner.
Some people believe that she is totally transparent about who she is, and therefore you can’t hate on someone who is honest about the person they are. Think of it like the Squid Games (I know you have watched everyone has watched, but spoiler alerts anyway). After the first game of Red Light-Green Light, the players are like this is some BS and decide to end the game. Consider that like knowing nothing about Brittany Renner and then reading her book or watching her social media clearly and directly explaining who she is.
After that, the players have the option to stay home or come back to the game. 93% of the players come back knowing that there is a high probability of getting killed. At that point, you can’t blame the creators of the game because you had a choice and chose to participate. If people choose to partake in Renner’s world that is on them, they know the deal upfront.
Other people believe she is a predator who trapped PJ Washington and is mocking the predator accusations with her “Hide Your Sons” moniker.
No matter what side you fall on, it appears that Deion Sanders doesn’t think she is harmful, but the opposite of that, she could be helpful to his team, so he brought her in as a motivational speaker before their homecoming game against Alabama State this weekend. Whatever she said must have worked because they won the game.
From the pics and videos from campus, it seemed like she was beloved by everyone. She is an alum who helped lead the soccer team to the SWAC title back in 2010.
What side of the fence are you on when it comes to Brittany Renner?
Flip the page for her motivational speech to the team and her time at Jackson State this weekend.