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Golden Tate Has A Message For Jalen Ramsey, After Rams CB Left His Sister While Pregnant

Jalen Ramsey suited up for the Los Angeles Rams for the first time.

ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 20: Jalen Ramsey #20 of the Los Angeles Rams heads off the field following the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on October 20, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

A month ago, Jalen Ramsey used the birth of his second child as one of a number of reasons to step away from the Jacksonville Jaguars. The woman who gave birth to that child is Ramsey's former longtime girlfriend Breanna Tate, the sister of New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate.

Ramsey and Tate now have two kids together. Sometime during the pregnancy, he left Tate.

Ramsey's gambit to get out of Jacksonville worked. He was traded to the Los Angeles Rams, and immediately returned from the injury and other issues that caused him to miss weeks four through six with the Jags, recording four tackles and a forced fumble in L.A.'s blowout win over the Atlanta Falcons.

On Wednesday, Ramsey posted an Instagram photo with his new girlfriend, Monica Giavanna according to Complex.

After that photo went up, a fan tagged Golden Tate, saying that if he was the Giants wide receiver, he'd "have words" with Ramsey. Tate responded, saying that Ramsey knows "he gonna have to see me."

The New York Postreached out to the first-year Giant about the situation, and he didn't go into much more detail, but he's clearly not happy about the whole situation.

Ramsey — one of the top cornerbacks in the NFL — made his relationship with a new girlfriend public Wednesday with a photo on Instagram. Ramsey had one child and a second on the way with Tate’s younger sister when he reportedly split with her over the summer in order to date a Las Vegas dancer.

“I’m not happy at all with the disrespect that he’s shown towards my sister, and the things he’s done in the past, but I don’t really want to go too much into it,” Tate told The Post.

Ramsey appears to have responded to the situation via Twitter, without citing any real specifics.

This isn't the first time the two have had an interesting media moment, although the last came while Jalen Ramsey and Breanna Tate were together, so Golden made sure to keep things light. Back ahead of the 2018 season, after Jalen Ramsey dropped what was essentially a diss track on many of the league's quarterbacks in a now-infamous GQ article. Among the targets was Tate's then-Detroit Lions teammate Matthew Stafford. Stafford didn't even catch it nearly as bad as most of the other QBs that Ramsey brought up.

"You not a bad quarterback if you do what your team asks of you. Matthew Stafford, I think he's straight. I don't think he the best quarterback out there. But he do what he gotta do."

Tate came to his QBs defense, pointing to the Lions' 26-19 win over the Jags in 2016.

Back when this went down last summer, Tate made sure to note that Ramsey was "family." He likely won't be so kind whenever the next time the two meet on the field is. Unfortunately for fans who love this kind of drama, that won't be this season, unless the Giants and Rams meet in the NFC Playoffs, something that doesn't look very likely as of today.