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Reggie Bush Allegedly Takes Some Miami Ass

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So, listen. Riptide is really not interested in the break-up of Kim Kardashian and Saints Player Reggie Bush, but RadarOnline (owned by the same South Florida masters of the National Enquirer) is reporting that they've learned Bush might have been carrying on an affair with a Miami-based model. 


Funny thing is, most of the story is written like they're keeping the name of the model a secret. That is until the last graf, where they start referring to someone named "Ortega." Did they just blow their secret or forget to include her name earlier in? 

Anyway, this weird blog seems to think the Ortega in question is Carmen Ortega. All of this is to say, "Look, here's you mid-afternoon T&A." Yes, this is the most tame image we could find. 

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