I don’t know if this is something you should be proud of, but former Brooklyn Nets cheerleader Jen Rufo said she got ran through by the entire Nets starting five, even though that was frowned upon by Nets management.
She was very proud to admit this on a podcast.
A former NBA cheerleader has lifted the lid on her racy off-court antics with star players, despite a strict rule in her contract.
Jen Rufo kick-started her basketball dancing career with the Nets in New Jersey in 2011 and followed them when they moved to Brooklyn, New York City the next year. The blonde beauty continued cheering for the team until 2015 and has since moved on to become a mindfulness coach, podcaster and adult content creator.
Fast forward eight years, and on Thursday, Jen reflected on her days busting moves on-court on The Danny and Leo Show, and candidly revealed a very steamy secret. She claimed that she romped with several players in her time at the Nets.
While the cheer squad was strictly instructed not to bonk the sports talent, the same rules didn’t apply for the players, the OnlyFans model claimed. “I don’t think that the players have the same rule in their contract. They can kind of do whatever they want.”
Despite Jen’s bombshell claims, she wouldn’t explicitly name the players she slept with. However, she said “they weren’t bench players.” Former Nets icon Mika Bridges covered his back and retweeted the clip on X/Twitter and joked: “I was a Phoenix Sun.”
Since this was back in 2015, let’s see who was the starting five back then.
Derron Williams, Joe Johnson, Thaddeus Young, Brook Lopez and Bogdan Bogdanovic. Jarret Jack was the six man.
You can do with this information what you please. What a time to be alive.
Flip the pages for the interview and the photos of Ms. Rufo.