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The 26-year-old was seen holding up a big bag of marijuana on his Instagram Story as he stood on the driver’s side of a Jeep Wrangler, Radar reported. He then tried to hawk the week on and told his followers that “nobody has this.”

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informed his friends in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, and Connecticut of the prices and said it was  $9,000 for 20 pounds, $5,000 for 10, or $3,000 for five. 

He was arrested on Monday, April 5, for an outstanding warrant in Northridge, Mass., but no details on criminal charges have been released, as previously reported by OK!. Kennedy spent the morning of his arrest in police custody before he was moved to the district court for the afternoon. 

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Kennedy served time with the late NFL player in Soucza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Mass, and claimed that they did “everything together,” which allegedly included taking and dealing drugs, but Hernandez’s toxicology report came back clean after his death.  

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Hernandez was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his fiancée’s sister’s boyfriend, Odin Lloyd, while Kennedy was in for armed robbery. 

Kennedy said in a REELZ doc that the alleged jailhouse lovers would “lock in to either cook food or smoke, get high, listen to music, just chill when we didn’t want to be around other people… We used to write letters back and forth to each other all day.”

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“I just wanted to tell you this morning that I love you. You never have to question us. I will stop questioning you and us. I realized through our thing over the past few days how much I love you and how much I want you and us,” Hernandez allegedly wrote to Kennedy, according to Hernandez’s Killing Fields by investigative journalist and author Dylan Howard

“You told me you didn’t want to be on the block anymore,” another letter from Hernandez allegedly read. “Did you really mean that? I mean, I’ve said way worse, so I understand, but still, it made me almost hang myself. I can’t even imagine them separating us.”

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Meanwhile, former New England Patriot teammate Rob Gronkowski broke his silence after almost four years and said he was “shook” when he heard the news about Hernandez. “Being his teammate and everything and you just, you really don’t see that. You’re not really looking into players like that’s who they are or that’s what they’re doing,” he admitted on Spotify’s “10 Questions With Brandt” podcast last month. 

“But just overall, I just try to keep it simple and light. He was a great football player, but that does not mean anything. But you learn from other people too.”

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