NFL Players Are In An All Out War Over Valentine’s Day Tweet – ‘Tik-Tok Boy’

JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Bradberry

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Two days after the Super Bowl ended, the fighting has now shifted from on the field to off the field between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.


KC’s wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster posted a Valentine’s Day card joke on social media on Tuesday, poking fun at the very controversial penalty that cost the Eagles Super Bowl LVII. Cornerback James Bradberry was the target of the joke.

Start Of A War

In response, Bradberry’s Eagles teammates came to his support. First star CB Darius Slay saying the JuJu is “Doin too much!!”.

And then came the big one, Philadelphia’s receiver A.J. Brown came at JuJu hard and the tweet went viral instantly.

“Tik-Tok boy” began trending immediately.
The war appears to be settling down as JuJu didn’t add to the flames in his response.

The Penalty

Just for reminder’s sake, this is the penalty that decided the ending of Super Bowl LVII, a flag was thrown on what many called a “weak call.”

To his credit James Bradberry owned up to his mistake. Which makes it much harder to understand why JuJu decided to go after him on Valentine’s Day.

Player Reactions

Other players around the league reacted as well. Including former Chiefs wide receiver  Tyreek Hill.