If you’re going to the Super Bowl next month, start saving your pennies.
Johnny Manziel will be in Houston, too, and he’ll be charging for autographs and pictures.
Manziel will be at two different Stadium Signatures stores, one on Feb. 2 and one on Feb. 3, to greet fans. Per the Stadium Signatures Facebook page, selfies will cost $50. Manziel will sign any item for $99, and the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner and Browns 2014 first-round pick will personally inscribe those items for an extra $29.
Who wouldn’t pay, say, $100 for a selfie with Manziel if he was wearing that infamous Browns quarterback jersey?
The Browns released Manziel last March. He’s popped up occasionally on social media and once in Texas court papers when his assault charges were dropped, but he hasn’t been linked to anything related to football since two different agents ditched him last spring.
I don't think the phrase "Life Comes at You Fast" has ever been more appropriate than it has been when talking about Johnny Manziel. His 2012 Heisman Trophy season and the Johnny Football phenomenon feels like it was in another lifetime. It's hard to believe this junky once was beloved, but boy was he.
Johnny Manziel went from no name, to star overnight after he beat Alabama in 2012. It was Johnny football this, Johnny Football that. Everybody was doing the money-sign. It seemed like he was going to be a legend. Johnny won the Heisman and his stock was through the roof. He was a celebrity. He went from partying with the likes of Lebron James, throwing out first pitches at seemingly every stadium in the MLB to stints in rehab and getting cut by the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Browns said no thanks to Johnny. The Cleveland Browns. He basically got rejected by the ugliest girl at the bar. The prospects of a 2nd chance for the former first round pick seem bleak at best.
After being out of the NFL for a year he's charging 50 bucks a pop for selfies. Which leads me to this. If you spend $50 for a selfie with Johnny Manziel in 2017 you are a certified
For those of you who haven't seen the cinematic masterpiece "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" Ace is calling you a loser.
You're a loser if you give Johnny Manziel a nickel, let alone 50 bucks for a selfie. If it was even 2015 this wouldn't even be a story. Back when people still thought Johnny cared about football and being in the NFL. He doesn't. It's clear he just wants to party and allegedly hit chicks. I do not like Johnny Manziel at all, he's a spoiled punk brat who had everything given to him and still found a way to fuck it up. Anybody who spends money to help this guy is clown.