Richie Incognito tweets Wells report won't 'define me,' quits Twitter?
Richie Incognito spent Valentine's Day going on a bizarre Twitter rant about the Wells report and then might've attempted to quit Twitter. Only his account isn't deleted.
On Friday morning, Ted Wells released a 144-page report that essentially convicted Richie Incognito of harassing Jonathan Martin. The Dolphins, NFL and NFLPA will respond later after they review the report, and although his lawyer condemned the report later Friday, Incognito's not waiting that long.
The lineman went on a bizarre Twitter rant of sorts and may or may not have tried to quit the social media service in the process.
Incognito spent much of Friday either tweeting out notes asking people to "stop the hate" or to "stop the bullying ... unlike every major news / media outlet in the world" or retweeting a pile of angry comments directed his way. He then went in on Wells.
You could not define me in 144 years let alone 144 pages Mr Wells. Thank you for your hard work and dedication.— Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 15, 2014
At one point Incognito tweeted out a link relating to suicide prevention.
And he also went at the New York Post for printing something about his parents. A few minutes later he tweeted, randomly ...
I guess I'm as dumb as I look.— Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 15, 2014
And then, like that, he was almost gone:
Goodbye twitter. Be well See you on the other side ?— Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 15, 2014
Except Incognito isn't actually gone. His Twitter account isn't deleted although he doesn't follow anyone and doesn't have any followers anymore.
It almost feels like his Twitter account might be in subpoena-style status. At this point, nothing would surprise in the Dolphins mess.
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