A Twitter account reportedly belonging to Cleveland Browns defensive back Jermaine Whitehead was suspended hours after the team’s disappointing loss to the Denver Broncos.
The account allegedly belonging to Whitehead sent threatening messages to fans and reporters less than an hour after the Browns’ 24-19 loss to the Broncos.
Whitehead, 26, allegedly responded to a tweet from Cleveland reporter Dustin Fox, who tweeted “Whitehead’s effort tackling today is a joke.”
The defensive back allegedly responded:
“come get in blood b—- made a– [little] boy. I’m out there with a broke hand. Don’t get smoked f— a— c——.”
The account, allegedly belonging to Whitehead, sent several other threatening tweets.
Warning: These are graphic.
Browns player Jermaine Whitehead just got his twitter suspended 15 min after losing to the Broncos.
Things are going well! pic.twitter.com/yPVPOwtHVW
— Sports Nation Ohio (@SN_Ohio) November 4, 2019
WKYC in Cleveland reported that the account was followed by several Browns players and staff members.
While Whitehead’s account was not verified by Twitter, it was followed by multiple Browns players and team staff members. Shortly after the tweets were posted, the account was suspended by Twitter.
Whitehead has since reportedly been spotted responding to people on Instagram. Someone should probably take the phone away at this point.