Michael Jordan has had a fair share of people trying to throw him under the bus for something bad. From paying an ex-girlfriend to keep silent over their love child to having a gambling addiction that may have influenced his retirement. When you’re under the spotlight, you are bound to be thrown into the fire at some point. Even if you’re not directly involved in it.
There are several superstar athletes like Michael Jordan. The former Chicago Bulls star is one of three billionaire athletes in the world. He owns multiple investments, endorsements as well as sports teams. Similarly, other athletes like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, The Miz, and other famous personalities have been extremely successful in promoting themselves in the world of business.
But no amount of money will be able to kill rumors of them plotting to kidnap someone. Recently, a former TNA Impact and WWE Diva accused Johnson and other celebrities of plotting to kidnap her and her children. This is quite absurd as the issue is said to be ongoing for the last couple of months. Yet it did not see the light of day until now.
Rhaka Khan drags Michael Jordan and the FBI into an unusual kidnapping case
Trenasha Biggers is a name that resonates with the old-school generation of WWE viewers. She recently slammed several popular figures for allegedly plotting to kidnap her family. Famously known as Rhaka Khan, she accused Michael Jordan, The Rock, and his wife, the late great Chris Benoit, Michael Foley, and various other individuals in the case. However, the list of suspects does not end there for the former WWE Diva.
If I’m reading this right… The Rock, The Miz, Chris Benoit, Mick Foley and others conspired to kidnap Rhaka Khan and her children?? That seems way far fetched @KlassicMike @ReBourneAgain @breakkerstreet @bigbird432 @kat_woman13 @DbWrasslin @JohnGarces @Jay371992 pic.twitter.com/bITfRLo0YI
— Jayson Dixon (@sonofjay_91) April 21, 2023
She also went on to include federal agencies such as the FBI, New Mexico Police Department, and Child Protective Services. It gets much stranger as she included Home Depot, Omega Psi Phi fraternity (Michael Jordan’s college fraternity), New York Police Department, and more. According to multiple sources, this is a $3 billion lawsuit that is still being fought.
The story is quite vague and there is not enough information out there to determine what’s going on. None of the athletes, celebrities, or agencies accused of the incident have spoken about it yet, which makes this case even more absurd than it already is. It was over a decade ago when Rhaka Khan last stepped into the ring to compete.