Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill opens up on divorce drama, reveals when things ‘spiraled’

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Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill raised eyebrows in January when it appeared he filed for divorce from his wife after about 70 days of marriage.

While he denied he was getting divorced despite filing for it in Florida, he explained what caused the tumult in his relationship with Keeta Vaccaro during an interview on “The Pivot” podcast with Fred Taylor, Ryan Clark and Channing Crowder.

Hill explained the issue stemmed from a discussion with Vaccaro over a postnup.


Keeta Vaccaro and Tyreek Hill attend the 13th Annual NFL Honors at Resorts World Theatre on Feb. 8, 2024 in Las Vegas. (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

“That was really where it all spiraled from,” he said on the podcast.

He added, “All I’m going to say is, s— gets weird when you tell people outside your family.”

The divorce proceedings were dropped in February after the petition was withdrawn. In January, he pushed back on reports the two were getting divorced.

“Boy no the heck we didn’t so don’t put that in the air !!! We are happily married and gone stay that way,” Hill wrote on X in response to the Sun Sentinel report.

Hill and Vaccaro tied the knot back in November during the Dolphins’ bye week. She was on hand when the Dolphins hit the road to East Rutherford, New Jersey, to play the New York Jets in the NFL’s first Black Friday game.

Keeta Vaccaro and Tyreek Hill

Keeta Vaccaro and Tyreek Hill are seen at a seaside lunch on Jan. 28, 2024 in Miami Beach, Florida. (MEGA/GC Images)


The wide receiver battled through a painful ankle injury and told reporters after the game he played through it after his wife texted him to get back in the game.

“Then I just made up in my mind, I came in at halftime, I texted my wife, I was like, ‘This s— hurt.’ I need an ankle massage tonight, and she’s like, ‘You’d better get you’re a– back in that game, dawg.’ I was like, ‘All right.’ So I just made up my mind that it’s going to hurt. It’s going to suck. Tonight and tomorrow morning,” he said at the time.

To start 2024, Hill’s home caught fire in what officials ruled was accidental and caused by a child. Helicopters outside his home appeared to show Hill upset while talking to Vaccaro.

Tyreek Hill walks out on the field at Arrowhead Stadium

Tyreek Hill, #10 of the Miami Dolphins, takes the field before the AFC Wild Card Playoffs against the Kansas City Chiefs at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on Jan. 13, 2024 in Kansas City, Missouri. (David Eulitt/Getty Images)


Hill finished one of the best seasons of his career, nearly attaining 2,000 yards receiving. He had 119 catches for 1,799 yards and 13 touchdowns. He led the NFL in receiving yards and touchdown catches in 2023.

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