JuJu Smith-Schuster has been clowned all week by present and former NFL gamers, pundits and followers for being lit up by the Bengals on Monday evening after he danced on their midfield emblem forward of an upset loss.
However an Instagram direct message addressed to Smith-Schuster on Wednesday appears to have upset him in a fashion lots of the different feedback haven’t. His response will seemingly make issues worse, including to the on-line backlash he is up towards.
49ers rookie defensive lineman Javon Kinlaw messaged Smith-Schuster a joke in regards to the hit the Steelers receiver took from Bengals security Vonn Bell, writing, “Them boys hit yo jiggin a— out that Corvette huh.” Smith-Schuster’s pregame dance was to the track “Adderall (Corvette Corvette).”
Smith-Schuster responded publicly with an Instagram story submit that referred to as Kinlaw “this feminine.”
“Yo, inform this feminine to remain out of my DMs,” he wrote.
Smith-Schuster took on Kinlaw simply after declaring that he wouldn’t dance on the logos of opponents in order to not grow to be a distraction for his Pittsburgh teammates. Making a sexist comment on social media and fascinating in a feud with somebody on one other group doesn’t qualify as laying low.
After the “feminine” remark, Kinlaw, whose motivations for messaging Smith-Schuster within the first place stay unclear, wrote on his personal Instagram story, “I promise you would not come to Levi stadium in that corvette.”
The Steelers have misplaced three straight video games after beginning the 12 months 11-0. Smith-Schuster hasn’t eclipsed 55 receiving yards in a recreation in additional than a month.
Pittsburgh will host the Colts this weekend.