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Warren Sapp loses endorsement deal over prostitution arrest

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Warren Sapp has lost another gig in the wake of his arrest for allegedly soliciting and assaulting two prostitutes at the Super Bowl earlier this month.

Sapp already was fired from his analyst job with NFL Network and lost an endorsement deal with Bud Light. Now a mouthpiece company called ZYPPAH says they have cut ties with the Hall of Fame defensive lineman.

“We will be terminating our working relationship with Warren Sapp, effective immediately,” ZYPPAH said in a statement to TMZ.

“While ZYPPAH fully supports the due process of law, Mr. Sapp’s confirmed and admitted involvement in Monday morning’s incident simply doesn’t reflect the level of character we demand from our brand representatives. This decision was made in order to preserve the integrity of the brand and the ethical fiber upon which our core business was built.”

Considering few people have ever heard of ZYPPAH, we’re guessing they may have made the announcement a few weeks later simply to try to get a little publicity for their company. It also makes you wonder why they had him as a spokesman to begin with.

Sapp pleaded not guilty to the assault charges and is due back in court next week.


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