Usain Bolt Reveals How He Distinguishes The Groupies From The ‘Good Women’


When you’re the fastest man on the planet and hold both the 100m and 200m world records, women flock to you like the salmon of Capistrano. And since Bolt set the world record in 2008, he’s had his rod in the water. Fishing rod, I mean, you sicko.

“I have [had] a girlfriend for four years now [and] it’s going steadily, so we’re thinking about kids very soon,” the Jamaican sprinter told PEOPLE. Bolt revealed his motivation to “find the right woman, because my dad actually cheated on two different women and I told him, ‘I don’t want to be like you.”

Four years in a relationship, Usain? Not tryna snitch here, but also don’t like my intelligence insulted.


Just last month, Usain was linked to 23-year-old Australian model Holly Young. She is the opposite of bad looking.

Usain is currently contemplating parenthood with his main squeeze, Jamaican model Kasi Bennett.

They gotta have an agreement of some sort.

At a Kentucky Derby party in Manhattan on Saturday, Bolt opened up to Page Six about the trials and tribulations of distinguishing the good eggs from the bad.

 “I think I have gotten better over the years when it comes to women. But there is no way to tell the difference between a groupie and a good woman … All I can do is have a discussion, and it is all about talking to people. I have been around so many people, so over time I kind of figure them out.”

As a worldwide superstar, it’s gotta be tough to differentiate who’s in it for your wallet or who actually likes your jokes and shit. Thats why it’s just easier to be dead broke so girls have no choice but to like you for you. I guess I win against Usain in the department. Suck it, dude.

[h/t Page Six]


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