Odell Beckham Jr. Goes Instagram Official With Model Girlfriend Lauren Wood, Finally Gets Consistent Touches

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Did you guys get the double entendre in the headline? Like Touches from a woman, and touches (or lack thereof) in passes from Baker Mayfield. Did you think it was funny? Do you accept me? Dad? Uncle Frank?

In any event, an Instagram photo dedicated to a member of the opposite sex is the 2019 version of dropping down on one knee, buying a home together, raising two children under the same roof, and dying in each other’s arms Notebook-style.

It appears that Odell Beckham Jr. and Lauren Wood, a model and actress whose appeared in shows like Ballers and Wild ‘N Out, have achieved that level of commitment, evident in the following IG post from Wood commemorating OBJ’s 27th birthday.

Happy birthday @obj ! Your soul is pure gold . U know I can write lot about you, but I rather keep passing these love letters 😜 Ceasar home ❤️ PS this blurry will always be my fave pic of us bc wtf is going on lol yumiii af

Beckham responded with a comment on the photo, saying, “YUMI…. I’m riding wit u, I got ur back. U kno what it is. LOVE queen!”

Noted. Whatever that means.

Baker Mayfield’s wife, Emily, even commented on the photo: “Cuties💕 love u guys!” (Odell still wants to backhand your hubby, Ems).

For those who are wondering if the highest-paid, highest-profile wide receiver in the league who also happens to be a handsome man has a worthy woman, please scroll through these pictures of Lauren and try to avoid your pants tightening.




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Est. 2015 👑 @jenafrumes

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Decent, I guess.

I’ve had better.


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