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McKinnie Makes It Rain at a Hollywood Nightclub Dropping Over $100,000

From: TMZ

Minnesota Vikings superstar Bryant McKinnie was the ULTIMATE baller during a celebrity party at a Hollywood nightclub Thursday night — dropping more than $100,000 on his bar tab … TMZ has learned.

Sources at the NBA All-Star “Kick Off Party” at MyHouse nightclub — hosted by rapper Rick Ross and model Rosa Acosta — tell us the 6’8″, 335 lb lineman ordered more than 15 bottles of expensive champagne … among other things.

We’re told some of the bottles of champagne were so big — the entire club stopped to watch the wait staff bring them to Bryant’s area to crack ’em open.

FYI — Bryant is reportedly due to make $4.9 million in 2011 (barring a strike).

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11 Responses to “McKinnie Makes It Rain at a Hollywood Nightclub Dropping Over $100,000”

  1. I like how when I interviewed him I had to pay the $65 dollar bill at applebees 0_o

  2. CalVkg says:

    another big dumb kid who got money too young and doesn’t know how to handle it

    just watch, his over-inflated ego ass will be broke after he’s retired from ballin

  3. Dan says:

    Future Jeopardy!:

    Answer: This former Minnesota Viking after not allowing a single sack in his collegiate career, never lived up to his talent, had a shitty attitude, and died broke and homeless.

    Remember to state your answer in the form of a question.

  4. Fragile Freds says:

    Thank you for stimulating the economy Mr. McKinney.

    The party was hosted by Rick Ross? Freds loves the old crooner!! deep lyrics, catchy toons, up beat, great to dance to… was outstanding on the Dick Clark show.

    Hey Zig, good golly man…time to move on this dude. Haven’t you seen enough?

  5. Lost Viking says:

    Wait. Remember 2009 when Matt Birk initiated the campaign to have each player step up and contribute one ‘game check’ to a fund to assist former players in financial need.

    These veterans/former players were often exploited by owners of the day. Birk felt the former players, many whom didn’t qualify for much in the way of pensions, were the ones who set the table for later players. The one game check was payback for the contributions the older guys had made to better current player salaries and playing conditions.

    Have forgotten whether Bryant McKinnie ever helped out Matt’s cause and contributed a check to the fund.

  6. chris aka vikedynasty says:

    i cant stand this guy. hes such a tool. and this is as much time as i’ll waste on him.

  7. B. Grant says:

    As I often say, this young man was apparently never raised, he just got bigger and older.

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