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phillyesq
03-30-2010, 03:25 PM
Santonio Holmes invites fan to commit suicide, Twitter style
Posted by Mike Florio on March 30, 2010 3:12 PM ET
Earlier today, we pointed out that Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes has been trading jabs with fans via Twitter, in the wake of Monday's news that he has been sued for assault and battery.

We noticed, for example, that Holmes reminded one fan that the fans don't cut Holmes' checks.

We hadn't noticed a far less charitable exchange with another fan. Holmes accuses the fan of trying to make Holmes look like the bad guy, and then says that the fan "shud try finding the worst thing that you could drink n kill urself."

Nice.

So while Holmes looks to be in the clear from the perspective of the Orlando Police Department, he's still going to have some explaining to do to the folks who actually cut his checks.

I've always hated the crap Holmes pulls on the field -- mostly him flexing after every catch and the related asinine antics.

This nonsense, popping off on twitter, is completely inexcusable. His agent should tell him to shut up. If he has a lawyer yet for the civil suit, the lawyer should tell him to shut up. And I can't imagine the Rooney family will like this.

Regardless of whether or not the civil suit against him has merit, he needs to knock off this twitter nonsense right now.

RuthlessBurgher
03-30-2010, 03:34 PM
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anger 82&95
03-30-2010, 05:02 PM
Santonio Holmes invites fan to commit suicide, Twitter style
Posted by Mike Florio on March 30, 2010 3:12 PM ET
Earlier today, we pointed out that Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes has been trading jabs with fans via Twitter, in the wake of Monday's news that he has been sued for assault and battery.

We noticed, for example, that Holmes reminded one fan that the fans don't cut Holmes' checks.

We hadn't noticed a far less charitable exchange with another fan. Holmes accuses the fan of trying to make Holmes look like the bad guy, and then says that the fan "shud try finding the worst thing that you could drink n kill urself."

Nice.

So while Holmes looks to be in the clear from the perspective of the Orlando Police Department, he's still going to have some explaining to do to the folks who actually cut his checks.

I've always hated the crap Holmes pulls on the field -- mostly him flexing after every catch and the related asinine antics.

This nonsense, popping off on twitter, is completely inexcusable. His agent should tell him to shut up. If he has a lawyer yet for the civil suit, the lawyer should tell him to shut up. And I can't imagine the Rooney family will like this.

Regardless of whether or not the civil suit against him has merit, he needs to knock off this twitter nonsense right now.His agent’s concise message: “Insert cork, not joint, into hole under nose; and no correspondence with the outside world via anything but carrier pigeon!”

hawaiiansteel
03-30-2010, 05:19 PM
here are some samples of Santonio's highly intelligent Twitter messages:


"y u try make me look like the bad guy. U shud try finding the worst thing u could drink n kill urself."

"@ Disney getting my grind on later tweeps. LMAO all the way to the bank!"

"U as fans would never learn. Remember u don't cut my check."

* Its good to wake up in the morning look in the mirror and the see the only competition is you

* Word to the streets and the wise guys I don't take advice from anyone! *

* is that all you folks care about is what I do as a person off the field. Would your mom or dad be proud of the things you did that they don't know about? Hmmm let's ask ourselves that question since I'm the Topic of Conversation! *


"Tone" is on a roll today with his Twiitering at Santonio10.


http://twitter.com/santonio10

SteelBucks
03-30-2010, 05:22 PM
I hate this offseason.

flippy
03-30-2010, 05:24 PM
we should all boycott watching the nfl on tv for a season. see if we can impact santonio's paycheck.

SteelBucks
03-30-2010, 05:47 PM
we should all boycott watching the nfl on tv for a season. see if we can impact santonio's paycheck.

That's taking it a little to far! :wink:

Discipline of Steel
03-30-2010, 05:53 PM
Goodell would ban twittering if he could...and it would be the first thing Id agree with.

BradshawsHairdresser
03-30-2010, 08:38 PM
Alas, it's pretty difficult to stop a twit from twittering.

frankthetank1
03-30-2010, 08:43 PM
man holmes does need to shut up. i think twitter is so stupid. im definetly not a tech guy so is it possible that someone that isnt tone is sending messages on twitter as him? if those are really messages from him i would get rid of him purely based on this. i would perfer the pc "i love my fans" rah rah bs than "fans dont cut my checks." in theory we indeed cut his checks. if there were no fans there would be no money period

Steel Life
03-30-2010, 09:23 PM
I get his frustration as he is probably sick to death over self-righteous & sanctimonious fans comment on a situation they have barely know all the details on. However, he's got to know that engaging these twits is pointless - they've already made up their mind about you & they feel perfectly justified in vilifying or antagonizing you...so let it go, you can't win. So Santonio, put a cork in it & lay low until this blows over...please.

kaydee
03-30-2010, 10:45 PM
Alas, it's pretty difficult to stop a twit from twittering.

:lol:

I STAMP that!