LeSean McCoy Advertises a Private, 'Females Only' Party in Philadelphia

Dan Carson@@DrCarson73Trending Lead WriterJuly 23, 2015

@McCoy25

Hey, girl.

You looking to go to a secret location...wearing clothes a stranger bought for you...for a party you know nothing about...except that only females are invited?

Oh, and no one you know will be there. Unless they get approved.

UPDATE: July 31

McCoy addressed his females-only party flyer at the Bills' training camp on Friday.

Specifically, he would like the record to reflect that his party went down and it wasn't profane, per ESPN's Mike Rodak. 

Gary Wiepert/Associated Press

McCoy said he never should've posted the flyer and takes responsibility for it.

He then ended the line of questioning after being asked about the party's confidentiality agreement.

So let the record show: There was no "weird" group stuff, guys. The record must reflect the non-weirdness.

---End of Update---


If this sounds appealing, go ahead and shoot an email to LeSean McCoy's event-planning address. The Buffalo Bills' new running back is trying to put together a fun little mixer at a yet-to-be-announced location in the Philadelphia area this Sunday night, and he'd really like you to join him—if you're a girl he preapproves of.

McCoy posted an Instagram picture (now deleted) announcing the "females only" party where "21+ is a must."

"Secret" and "private" are the name of the game for the event, which goes from 10 p.m. to "until." On a Sunday night.

Fortunately, SB Nation's unmistakably named Oh Holy Butt (contributor Jacob Price) RSVP'd for further details.

Turns out, you will be allowed to keep your liver and social security number, but McCoy wants a few things before approving you for attendance—including your signature on a confidentiality agreement.

@25_mccoy

Well then.

Update: Sunday, July 26

McCoy posted a photo to his Instagram making light of the original posting that invited just about everyone. 

---End of update---

McCoy posted a photo

ESPN's Mike Rodak reports having reached out to the Bills about the party: "The photo in the Instagram post uses a Bills logo behind a headshot of McCoy," Rodak writes.

The team's response? "We have reached out to LeSean and informed him that players are not permitted to use team marks for personal use without prior permission from the team," its statement read, per Rodak. 

The Bills don't have anything to worry about. Just looking at the basic shape of things, nothing about the party sounds...wait for it...let it breathe...one more second...

...Sorry. I didn't have a choice. Anyway, have fun, LeSean!

Dan is on Twitter. He hopes the party attire is like, Zubaz or something.

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