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Alex Rodriguez’s tan goes viral as it leaves fans stunned

Alex Rodriguez has found a new way to set social media on fire and make headlines in the process.

As the former Yankees star co-owned and is part of the team that will take over full control of the team from Glen Taylor, people watched the Timberwolves play against the Bucks on Friday night, and people noticed his dark tan. I couldn’t help but talk about it.

Rodriguez, 48, sat courtside, flanked by his fitness instructor girlfriend Jaclyn Cordeiro and ESPN star Stephen A. Smith, and watched Minnesota ultimately lose 112-107.

However, what caught the attention of many fans on social media was the former MVP’s darker complexion than usual.

“What happened to Rod’s sunburn?” Ringer Writer Wozney Lambre wrote about X.

It’s unclear how Rodriguez managed this look, but one episode drew comparisons between the excessively sprained and tanned Ross from “Friends” and the Internet’s “reverse Sammy Sosa,” and it sparked multiple memes. caused it.


ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith speaks with Minnesota Timberwolves co-owner Alex Rodriguez during the first quarter of a game against the Milwaukee Bucks at Target Center on February 23, 2024 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. Getty Images

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Sammy Sosa was an All-Star for the Cubs. Getty Images for Inlist

Sosa’s brighter complexion comes after she previously revealed that she uses creams containing bleach.

Fans offered several possible explanations for Rodriguez’s appearance.

“Rod fell asleep in the tanning bed? @trabonne I wrote it to X.

@ThisIsAnnaS added.” Rod needs to sue the person who gave him the spray tan. ”

Rodriguez and billionaire businessman Marc Rohr agreed to buy the Timberwolves from Tayor for $1.5 billion in 2021 and have since officially acquired full ownership of the team and the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx in 2024. In order to do so, the two parties have agreed to pay in three installments, and the two parties are continuing discussions. .

The former MLB All-Star, who along with his ex-fiancée Jennifer Lopez failed to buy the Mets, has become a frequent visitor to Timberwolves games over the past three years.

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