Deion Sanders Says Threesomes & Foursomes Left Him Unsatisfied

Ever wondered what it’s like to be Primetime Deion Sanders. Not regular Deion Sanders. I’m talking Primetime. Well Primetime sat down with ABC News correspondent Paula Faris to talk about the Primetime life and how it wasn’t always as great as people made it out to be. There were unsatisfying moments for Primetime and he says there was definitely rock bottom.

Deion tells Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris that threesomes weren’t that great:

“Rock bottom for me was just being in the midst of a game when everybody’s screaming when they don’t know your middle name. Rock bottom for me was having hundreds of suits and not covering the pain. Rock bottom for  me was having hundreds of pairs of shoes but couldn’t take a step in the right direction. Rock bottom for me was having 10  cars and wasn’t going nowhere. Rock bottom for me was having a 14,000-square-foot house but never feeling at home. Rock bottom for me was laying between two and three women at a time, but you get up unsatisfied. Rock bottom for me … yes, I was bleeding. Laying right beside the person who said they love you, but she didn’t even know you was in pain. That was rock bottom for me.”

“I was crying out to people. But they couldn’t hear you because they saw Prime. They saw my character. The character I created, not the character of a man. They saw the character I created — that was Prime. They never once saw Deion. Never at all. They never wanted to see it. Because the character was so profound. As an actor, you start to think that Jim Carrey is The Mask or whatever it was. You start thinking Schwarzenegger is the Terminator. You start thinking Eddie Murphy really is Raw. No, he’s acting, man. And I was a victim to my … I’m not going to say my accredited acting. I was a victim to that.”

As for his upcoming marriage to Tracey Edmonds:

“Well, kids play a major role. I didn’t believe in long-distance marriages, number one. Number two, her kids graduate – her youngest son – graduates this year. I have another – my son, who lives with me, my other two live with their mother. He’s a sophomore now, so he has two more years. So just thinking all that through, walking all that through and making sure we do the right thing, because I don’t believe in long-distance, so there’s gonna have to be sacrifices made on both sides. And oftentimes one was not willing to make sacrifices, but one must grow.”

We don’t need to have a big wedding. We’ve done that, both of us have done that. Been there done that. I wouldn’t give a darn if it’s just me, her and Pastor. Then we straight. In the country, and we go fishing right after…She wouldn’t like that, but I would love it.”