Former Green Bay Packers player Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila was nearly arrested this week

Former Green Bay Packers participant Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila was almost arrested this week, but two of his friends were and that resulted in him going off on YouTube. 22, the two buddies, Jordan Salmi, 24, and Ryan Desmith, showed up at Assembly of God Church in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Tuesday night that was hosting a child’s Christmas pageant conducted by the Providence Academy.
There was a family dispute over religious beliefs and Desmith and Sakmu were carrying concealed weapons.
“The officers reacted to this church to get a record of a trespassing complaint,
Kevin Warych of this Green Bay police department said per USA Today.
They came to contact with employees, who reported two people who had been asked to leave but weren’t leaving…When the officers made contact with the 2 people, the officers tried to convince them to depart, but they did not.
They were then arrested for trespassing.
Gbaja-Biamila was also there when officers told him to go because he left but he wasn’t detained.
On the other hand, Packer’s defensive end published. He said he mailed Salmi and Desmith to film his sons. Gbaja-Biamila said his friends were there peacefully however they ended up in handcuffs.
“I ended up on the scene trying to receive my brothers out of the predicament, and they ended up trying to arrest me,” Gbaja-Biamila explained.
Three officers put their hands on me and tried to put the cuffs on.
I advised them I do not agree, I require a warrant and also a cause. And listen to this — they wanted to place me in handcuffs for looking at their badges and allegedly because I was looking at one of their guns.
Gbaja-Biamila didn’t want his sons getting involved in the pageant because he called it an “ancestral event” However, they were given the okay and the Providence Academy by his estranged wife.