Deion Sanders showed the world the spark of his influence earlier in his debut season with the Colorado Buffaloes. Apart from bringing millions in revenue to the city of Boulder, Coach Prime also laced a hit collaboration with Blenders sunglasses.
Prime shook the world of sports with his iconic look that also featured his custom Prime x Blenders sunglasses. The eyewear became so famous that it sold $1.2 million worth of units in just a few days after Colorado State HC Jay Norvell’s comments.
However, the Buffs failed to sustain the hype later in the season, which saw a surge in the haters of the college program. And since Prime’s program finished the season on a losing note, the hate on his social media still prevails.
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Deion Sanders recently promoted his Blenders eyewear on social media by posting a bunch of pictures of the glasses on Instagram with a caption that read, “I’m happy about 2023 but excited immensely about 2024. Blenders & the PRIME BRAND are taking our game to the next level. I’m probably not supposed to be showing y’all this this soon but y’all are the reason we’re SUCCESSFUL! More Frames, More Styles, More Looks means more of You stealing the Moments. Let’s Grow & Go Together baby.”
However, it seems the sunglasses didn’t appeal to everyone since one IG user didn’t hesitate to dish his honest opinion by commenting, “Those are the worst design though.” But it seems that his opinion wasn’t received well by the Colorado HC.
Deion Sanders Had a Classy Response For the ‘Hater’
Soon after the IG user’s remark, Coach Prime took to the comment section to personally reply to the ‘hate.’ But the response was as classy as one can imagine.
“You still have time to change your ways and stop hating for free,” Coach Prime wrote back. “At least get paid for it. 2024 is almost here. You have time to change. Yo lady would love that. God bless you.”
Deion Sanders has his own classy ways of dealing with hate, but it seems that such comments will continue to pour in until he finally proves his point in his second season with the Buffaloes.
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