Chapter 70

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Blake*|
I'm not gonna see Briana for three weeks because she's going to San Francisco to help the 49ers cheerleaders, so I'm going to see her before she leaves today.

"Are you guys flying?" I asked.

"Nah, we're driving," Bri said, coming out her room with her bags.

"That's a long drive."

"I don't mind driving," she said, spinning toward me.

She's so excited about this and I'm happy for her.

"Jennifer, you ready?" Bri asked.

"Yeah!"

Jennifer came out with her suitcases and I carried their luggage to the car. When I finished, Bri gave me the longest hug.

"You better call me everyday," I said before kissing the top of her head.

"I will," she said into my chest, "and don't let me come back and find out you've been hangin' out wit' hoes because I will beat yo ass, then I'll beat her ass."

"I know you will," I laughed.

"Okay. Just as long as you know," she said.

She gave me another hug and a kiss before getting in her car.

"I love you and I'll see you when I get back."

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The next day~

Briana*|
After I got situated yesterday, I met the girls and they're pretty cool; I can't wait to work with them.

When we got to the stadium, I saw the girls sitting on the ground, but I was unaware the players were gonna be here. I wasn't gonna let that distract me though.

"Hey y'all," I said walking up to them.

"Hey Briana!"

"So should we get started or do y'all wanna wait?" I asked considerately.

"Let's get started," Brandy said excitedly.

"Okay. I'm gonna have Jennifer stretch y'all out first," I said.

"You're not gonna make us run, are you?" Adrianna asked, scared of what I'd say.

"Yeah, because our last choreographer made us run like crazy and it was annoying," Gina said.

"Nah. I don't like running myself, so I'm not gonna make y'all do it," I said.

"Thank God!" Adrianna yelled. They all let out a sigh of relief.

While Jennifer stretched with them, I took my shirt off because it's hot as hell. After I tossed my shirt on the ground, I looked up and saw a football coming toward my face. My first reaction, obviously, was to catch it and I'm glad I did.

I threw the ball back and got ready to go over some basic moves with the girls. Right when we were about to start, I heard a man's voice behind me.

"I've never seen a girl throw a football like that," he said in amazement.

I turned around to see a shirtless Colin Kaepernick standing there. Jesus!

"That's what happens when you have a brother that plays football," I replied.

"You look familiar. You Blake Griffin's girl, right?" he asked.

I nodded.

"Damn, he is lucky," he said looking me up & down, "so you're here to show these lames how to dance, huh?"

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