Move over, Ciara. We’ve got another NFL wife who isn’t afraid to do a seductive birthday celebration dance for her husband. Lilit Bush also has a few moves she’d like to share.
Interestingly, 13 years ago, Reggie Bush appeared as Ciara’s love interest in her music video for the song “Like A Boy.”
Lilit, the wife of former NFL star Reggie Bush, celebrated the 2005 Heisman Trophy winner’s 38th birthday on Thursday by performing a dance for him which she later shared on Instagram.
“Happy Birthday Daddy @reggiebush,” Lilit wrote alongside the Instagram video. “I dedicate this dance to you my love. Sometimes mommy dances.”
Reggie Bush, who dated WWE star Eve Torres while at USC, then later famously dated Kim Kardashian (he was also linked to country singer Jessie James at one point), began dating Armenian dancer Lilit Avagyan in 2011.
The couple got married on July 12, 2014 and now have three children together: a daughter and two sons.
In 2017, Reggie Bush was involved in a scandal involving a woman, Monique Exposito, whom he allegedly cheated with on his wife.
It was reported that Bush allegedly agreed to pay Exposito $3 million to have an abortion and to stay silent, but she collected the money and did neither. He, therefore, was balking at her request for child support.
In a later Instagram post with a photo of Reggie and Lilit, she wrote, “Happy Birthday to this treasure of a man. My king is 38. You reinvent yourself every year and I am so in love and proud of the man that you are. I trust you to guide our family through any any storm honey. You are who I was called to love on, and I do so so much. May God bless you with many more years with healthy eyes so you can watch me dance for you. ‘previous post’.”
Apparently, they’ve been able to work things out and move on in a positive direction since the scandal.
Reggie Bush wants his Heisman Trophy back now that NIL is a thing
After leading the nation in rushing yards per carry in 2005 (8.7), Reggie Bush won numerous awards including the aforementioned Heisman Trophy, the Doak Walker Award, and the Walter Camp Award.
A 2009-2010 investigation revealed that Bush had taken cash and gifts from USC boosters (this was before NIL income was legal for college athletes) while playing for the Trojans. The awards he had won were then vacated and he returned his Heisman Trophy.
Following the NCAA ruling to allow players to make money from their name, image and likeness (NIL) in June of 2021, Reggie Bush requested the reinstatement of his Heisman Trophy, as well as other awards and records, but got nowhere.
My statement… pic.twitter.com/kbyqXgHncf
— Reggie Bush (@ReggieBush) July 1, 2021