During the course of the more than 25-minute interview, Nige said Foerster made a lot of promises but not a financial promise. "After he sent the video, he came off his high and low-key kind of threatened me if I ended up exposing the information". "Before he could do anything to me, I just felt that also needed to be exposed. Just in case I just somehow pop up dead, this story was still going to get out".
Gase declined to say if the National Football League would have a disciplinary role in the Foerster situation.
Among her most explosive claims: That Foerster might not have been the only person in the Dolphins organization to behave the way he did in the video. They're going to hold his hand through this whole situation. Even if he didn't send that video, it was going to be exposed because it needed to be exposed. That is not the only piece of footage.
However, she said they are "partying pictures with other women, other drugs". He was doing it at his desk. "He was at his Miami office".
Foerster has not had any comment since his initial statement announcing his resignation, which was released by the Dolphins.
Late Sunday night a video was posted online showing Foerster snorting a white powder. "After speaking with Chris this morning, he accepted full responsibility and we accepted his resignation effective immediately". In his new position of offensive line coach for the Miami Dolphins, he will now team up with assistant offensive line coach Chris Kuper to help get the Dolphins' offensive line on track.
Along with hiring Foerster's replacement on the coaching staff, Gase has spent the week putting out fires, including a new one Nige sparked Wednesday when she went on the radio.
She later revealed the politics behind her motivation.
Essentially, she kept reiterating in longer form what she had said on Facebook the other day, which is that she wanted to expose a system of racial inequality. "It's not just the NFL". This is shining light on the inequalities we have as a country. I think about how much I miss you, how high we got together, how much fun it was.
"How do we have someone who is paid millions to be a leader for a team doing blow when we can't have blacks kneeling for the anthem?"
"To be completely honest, me and my best friend actually already had plans to record him someway regardless to expose him".
Faced with criticism from people questioning her motivation, Nige told the radio hosts that it's unacceptable that she has been receiving backlash, explaining that it's just proving her point of the inequality that African-Americans face.
Gase obviously was not here during DeGuglielmo's first stint in Miami, and only got to know him in the last couple of months. They would not have given him the opportunity to resign.