Bronx Borough President Diaz To Odell Beckham & Von Miller

Published on November 21, 2016, 2:20 am
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Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. has written a letter to NFL stars Odell Beckham Jr., wide receiver for the New York Giants, and Von Miller, linebacker for the Denver Broncos, regarding the pair’s recent, highly publicized visit to the notorious Sin City, a strip club located in South Bronx.

“I would like to thank you for your recent visit to the great borough of Bronx,” wrote Borough President Diaz, who doubles as the biggest New York Giants fan in The Bronx. “I appreciate that you both took time out of your very busy schedules to pay us a visit. However, you could have picked a better place.”

The full letter can be read attached on the right-hand side of this article.

In addition to the letter, Borough President Diaz also mailed Mr. Beckham and Mr. Miller copies of the 2016 Bronx Visitors Guide, viewable here, to inform their future visits to the borough, and urged them to reach out if they wanted to see the many great things The Bronx offers visitors to the borough each and every day.

“I would love to show both of you gentlemen there is more to The Bronx than establishments such as Sin City, where you risk losing more than your valuables,” wrote Borough President Diaz. “If you would like to see what The Bronx is really about, and visit numerous establishments that our residents are actually proud of, I hope you will take me up on this offer.”

In August, Borough President Diaz issued a letter to the New York State Liquor Authority urging the agency to revoke Sin City’s liquor license. The full letter can be read attached on the right-hand side of this article.


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