This Isn’t Aaron Hernandez’s Gay Lover, Just His Really Close Friend, Says the Guy’s Attorney

Kyle Kennedy, Aaron Hernandez’s rumored gay lover, wasn’t really his gay lover. That’s according to Kennedy’s lawyer, Larry Army Jr.

Instead, Army stated in a press conference today, the two were close friends.

According to the lawyer, Hernandez often wrote to Kennedy’s father. These letters were “very personal letters, and they speak very candidly of the close relationship and mutual respect that my client and Mr. Hernandez had for one another” says the lawyer.

This lawyer must’ve given the longest conference ever because he revealed a s**t ton of information. Per CBS Boston:

Army said parts of one of those letters were “incoherent” because they might have been written in prison code intended for Kennedy to understand.

“I was told by a source that the letter and parts of the letter didn’t make a lot of sense,” he said. “When I explained that to my client, he said there’s a language that’s spoken and in written form in a prison that is made that way so that it appears incoherent and so that others don’t understand what the meaning is.”

That’s probably because Hernandez was communicating in the language of the Illuminati. You know, the secret group whose symbol he drew in blood on his prison walls.

The news of Hernandez’s suicide shocked Kennedy.

“My client was stunned and saddened by the news of the suicide,” Army said. “My client quite frankly told me, that he thought it was a joke, that he thought that the people in the jail were playing a game on him because they knew of the closeness of the relationship between the two.”

It also stunned Kennedy because Hernandez promised him a $47,000 watch that he still hasn’t gotten. Army says Kennedy wants that watch now. Probably for sentimental reasons right? Not because it’s worth $47,000. That’s a lot of cigarette cartons.

That goes into the next quote. How Kennedy will reveal the truth when the time is right. In other words, pay up bitches.

“I’m not at liberty to discuss the nature and the extent of that relationship,” Army said. “My client has made it very clear that he will, in fact, talk about that relationship in nature and extent, but he wants those words to come directly from his mouth to the world.”

Hopefully he doesn’t get a cent.

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