Antonio Brown, Eric Weddle Engage In Completely Pointless Twitter Spat

by

Another day, another Antonio Brown headline.

Are we really surprised at this point?

The wideout has done his fair share of chirping on Twitter, especially since being cut by the New England Patriots amid allegations of sexual assault and rape earlier this month. Thursday was no different, and things got messy in a hurry.

Allow us to break it down for you.

Brown got the ball rolling by tweeting out: “The game need me I’m like test answers.”

That quickly grabbed people’s attention, including New York Giants receiver Golden Tate, who responded with, “What???”

Los Angeles Rams defensive back Eric Weddle chimed in with, “Deff don’t,” in response to AB’s original tweet. Another user told Weddle he could never guard Brown, to which he responded, “Don’t need to. Isn’t on a team.”

And, sure enough, that set Brown off.

“U need some attention lil man glad I put that stuff arm in your neck in Pittsburgh u deserved it Lil Weedle,” Brown replied.

Mature.

So, Weedle chirped back.

“Hahahahhaahaha. AB. When are u gonna learn that it isnt about you. Never was and never will be. Got a game to get ready for. Good luck my guy!” Weedle tweeted.

Brown just wouldn’t let it go.

“Bro I don?t even know you don?t call me AB that?s my NFL name dummy ! I?m not on your team never been shut your mouth Jabroni,” he said.

So, Weddle made one last comment before dropping the pointless debate.

“Ur not making any sense bud. Glad ur not on my team! Call urself whatever u want. Doesnt matter one bit to me. Goodluck at CMU my bro,” he said.

Of course, Brown had to get the last word.

“Keep you luck duck ; listen to your team stay focus on your opponent not AB ! AB is the brand not the individual! Clearly An AB fan ! Even know about education oh realllyyy,” he tweeted.

Phew.

Minnesota Twins designated hitter Jonathan Schoop
Previous Article

Twins Become First Team Ever To Hit 300 Home Runs In Single Season

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady
Next Article

Former NFL Player, Scout Believes Tom Brady Might Retire After 2019 Season

Picked For You