Warren Sapp on Odell Beckham Jr, Cam Newton, The Rock, Kanye (Full Interview)



In this VladTV exclusive interview, Warren Sapp talks about Odell Beckham Jr., Cam Newton, The Rock, Kanye West, and more. Watch above.

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  1. I love Warren Sapp, but racism will never get better with people being on a platform, and grouping people together bc of there color. That's called racism. I dont get it! I understand the history, your just as bad bc you have the same feelings they did. It doesnt make you better then them. You are the exact Same!!!

  2. Trayvon Martin was not a bad kid? The guy was a drug dealer. I guess he didin do nuffin huh Sapp? Oh and Obama did lie, so yes he is a liar, just like Trump.

  3. Warren Sapp has absolutely no idea what he's talking about with cannabis. Calling "his medicine" by that and referring to anything above .03% thc as marijuana and talking as if it isn't more medically beneficial than cbd alone is IGNORANT.

  4. I feel like Vlad could get ktfo at any point in this interview by Warren, lmao … Next Question.
    BEAST:
    At the time of his retirement, Sapp was one of only twelve defensive players in NFL history to make the Pro Bowl, be named Defensive Player of the Year and win a Super Bowl or pre-Super-Bowl NFL title. The others are Mean Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, Mel Blount, Lester Hayes, Mike Singletary, Lawrence Taylor, Bob Sanders, Deion Sanders, Reggie White, Ray Lewis, Rod Woodson, and Sapp's former teammate, Derrick Brooks. Michael Strahan, James Harrison, Ed Reed, Troy Polamalu, Charles Woodson, and Terrell Suggs have since joined the list. He is now considered to be the prototype three-technique defensive tackle, and ever since his retirement NFL teams scouting defensive tackles have reportedly been looking for a "Baby Sapp."He was selected to seven Pro Bowls, was named a first-team All-Pro four times and a second-team All-Pro twice, voted to the 1990s and 2000s All-Decade Teams, and earned Defensive Player of the Year honors after a 12.5-sack season in 1999.

  5. For this man to say Odell Beckham Jr. isn’t great is insane. I hate when people use the excuse that his team doesn’t win so it all falls back on him. It’s a team game and it’s not his fault the pieces aren’t there for the giants. Go look at his numbers. 3 seasons with 1300+ yards and 90+receptions (4th season got hurt) and he’s on pace for that off of injury again this year. He’s a special player who can change an outcome of a game within seconds. Numbers don’t lie.

  6. Sapp has always been a jerk with interviews if you followed his career: especially his days in Tampa. Nothing to see here. Remember when he tried to fight Mile Sherman (packers coach) on the sideline lol

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