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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 

Bad Medicine

It's safe to say that Hall of Fame Inductee Andre Reed isn't a Livin' on a Prayer.
In a feature piece published Tuesday by New York Magazine, Reed offered a strong opinion on the rock star who is part of a Toronto-based group that also includes Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum. 
"Man, f--- Bon Jovi!” Reed said. "You might as well just take this city, throw it in the river, and let it go down Niagara Falls."
When it comes to defending Buffalo, Andre says- I'll be there for you

As far as the Toronto Based group goes, should they wind up buying the Buffalo Bills and move them to Toronto, Bon Jovi better watch his back because he'll be Wanted Dead or Alive.  Bon Jovi responded- "It's my life, it's now or never, I ain't gonna live forever!"

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