One of my old bosses drunk called me before… She was a female though and I ask to hit it (That’s just me though). The Washington Post talks about the former CEO of the Orlando Magic & his late night phone conversations.
The Magic’s retiring chairman and chief executive officer Bob Vander Weide said Wednesday that his decision to step down had nothing to do with a late-night phone call he made recently to Dwight Howard and that efforts to keep the Magic All-Star continue.
Vander Weide sought to clear up reports that he may have been intoxicated when he spoke to Howard in a phone conversation earlier this week.
He said he had 2-3 glasses of wine over a three-hour period after a social event and that he wanted to return text and phone messages Howard had left for him. He denied being drunk when he spoke to Howard.
“We need to be clear on this, that phone conversation has not changed my relationship with Dwight,” Vander Weide said. “We like each other; we even love each other as people. He’s always reached out to me. That phone call has not changed his feeling about this organization. And third, and maybe not as important, that phone conversation has nothing to do with us being here today.”
Vander Weide went on to say that from his assessment in recent conversations between he and Howard that he thinks that “mentally Dwight is in a good place” as he contemplates his future.
J.R. Bang says: Dwight had to cuss dude drunk ass out lol.. Fast don’t lie.