Leonard Fournette Ethered Ezekiel Elliott After Zeke Postured For Birthday Gifts On Twitter

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Ezekiel Elliott turns 23 years young on Sunday and he’s still at the age when actual gifts are a thing instead of getting a pair of dress socks and a work belt from T.J. Maxx from mom. He’s not quite at the age when you sit in a dark room blowing out the candles to a gluten-free cake wondering where it all went wrong. Wait till you turn 30, bro.

Elliott channelled his inner basic chick and turned to his 2 million Twitter followers to try to position for a gift.

The Cowboys’ running back received thousands of replies, but none more important than fellow running back Leonard Fournette.

Zeke lived a good life. It’s a shame we never got to see him reach his full potential.

Oh look, the tight-assed Cowboys fans who can’t take a joke are right on time!

I would really love it if Fournette and Elliott had never met each other and Fournette just came from the clouds to fat shame him. Regardless, my opinion of Leonard Fournette has improved dramatically.

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Oh, and happy birthday Zeke.

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