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Jay-Z Concert Inspired Manti Te’o to Open Up About Being Catfished

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I believe no doubt about it,'" he says. "Also, that was whenever that someone first at any point raised the term 'catfish.' I didn't have the foggiest idea what duping was.

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Netflix on Tuesday delivered another narrative chronicling the story, Untold: The Girlfriend Who Didn't Exist.

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While making press adjusts in front of the doc's delivery

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Te'o — who was drafted in 2013 and has since played for the Chargers, Saints, and Bears — came by CBS Mornings 

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and shared how a Jay-Z show enlivened him to continue on from the strange duping deception.

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"Cam Jordan with the Saints took a lot of us partners to a Jay-Z show," Te'o reviewed about the 2017 second.

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"Furthermore, at that show, Jay-Z opens with saying these words, 'You can't recuperate what you don't uncover.'

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 And it might have been recently an irregular words to everyone, except for me, around then, it hit me with a crushing weight."

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"For me to sort of recuperate from this, I expected to uncover it," he said of the exhibition of 4:44 opener "Kill Jay Z."

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In the trailer for the Netflix narrative, Manti Te'o works about how he figured out he may be a survivor of duping.

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"My uncle promptly said, 'I believe no doubt about it,'" he says.

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