Eli Apple trashes Giants and Saints fans on Twitter
One previous Giant will be using Champion Sunday, however he had a lot to state about his old group on Twitter.
Eli Apple, who plays cornerback for the Cincinnati Bengals, didn’t keep back his sensations about the Giants or the New Orleans Saints, the group he was traded to.
For whatever factor, everything began with this post from Apple:
Then Apple followed it up with this:
Both of those tweets undoubtedly got some fans warmed up, and they began chirping back. However Apple plainly had the time on Sunday night, responding to back to one remark that stated “The feeling’s mutual what a waste of a draft pick.”
“When’s that giants playoff game start?” Apple reacted.
Apple, who was the Giants’ first-round pick in 2016, lasted two-and-a-half seasons before he was traded for a fourth-round pick to the Saints. And he would only be with the Saints for two seasons before he played for the Carolina Panthers in 2020 and now the Bengals.
And during his time in New York, the media was very critical of him as his play wasn’t consistent with his draft status (he had a remark about the press reporters, too).
He likewise called New Orleans “the dirtiest smelliest city” that “has the worst food ever.”
Apple is lined up to bet Tyreek Hill and the ruling AFC-champion Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.