Johnny Manziel jointly signs the wings of the Magic City strip club that got Lou Williams into quarantine trouble

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Is it worth slapping an order of chicken wings from Atlanta’s most famous strip club with a layoff and missing six figures? It’s a question that’s not as easy as you might think, according to former NFL, CFL, and AAF quarterback Johnny Manziel.

When it became known that Lou Williams was in Magic City, the strip club in question, when he said goodbye to the NBA’s Orlando bubble to attend a funeral, many scoffed at the idea that all Williams wanted was a order of chicken wings. But others stepped in and defended the club kitchen, including Manziel.

“Believe it or not, the chicken wings in Magic City are the best I’ve ever had,” Manziel said Sunday in response to a tweet about the news.

The Clippers’ guard was caught at the club when rapper Jack Harlow posted a photo of himself and Williams in Magic City on their Instagram story. Harlow quickly removed the image and attempted to do some damage control for the 33-year-old man, saying it was an older image of the two, a bit of a stretch since the two were masked.

Williams will miss the first two games of the Clippers’ season in the bubble, which includes a salary of $ 150,000, as he quarantines for 10 days. Williams will be available to play starting August 3.