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Ryan Lochte says Vanilla Ice has given him more post-Rio support than Michael Phelps

Ryan Lochte didn’t have to get drunk and vandalize a Rio de Janeiro gas station during the Summer Olympics in August. And the now-suspended U.S. swimmer didn’t have to “overexaggerate” when initially talking about the incident. But he did, and it’s at times like this when people really need their...
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