Reuben Foster addressed a harrowing moment early Monday morning when he was accosted by two men brandishing an assault rifle. Foster and fellow linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong were the Love and Propaganda night club in San Francisco when they noticed two people in a white Audi casing the bar.
Upon leaving, Foster, Armstrong and security were then confronted by the gun men. They fled for safety and escaped without harm. Forster also apologized to the 49ers organization and the fans for the event.
“It was a scary moment for my family, and for the organization,” Foster said. “I’m truly sorry to whom I concerned in the organization itself. And the fans, that I concerned them.”
Foster said he thinks it was a random event and that he wasn’t targeted.
“I have no control over what people think or how things happen in life,” he said.