Former-NFLer Ryan Clark says Scumbag sent him a racist, homophobic message
Ex-NFL safety and current ESPN analyst Ryan Clark He was on the receiving end of disgusting racist and homophobic abuse on Instagram this week … and instead of being shot again, he was murdered in kind.
The 42-year-old Clark – who played for the Giants, Washington football team and the Steelers from 2002-2014 – shared an awful Instagram DM on Tuesday … showing the avatar-less troll spitting out some bad words in the book.
Clark’s 2011 Super Bowl defeat against the Green Bay Packers was also referenced in a more NSFW manner.
But, instead of bothering to the level of the individual, Clark responded with the best possible return – “God bless you and yours. I hope you live forever.”
The Super Bowl champion spoke of DM minutes ago on Twitter … “You’re all going to put a picture on Green Bay fans at least !! It’s not funny. Sheesh !!”
“Is man good? Doesn’t racism exist?”
It is well worth your time to watch today @ realrclark25 Talking about a recent incident involving his son Jordan and two other Arizona State football players, he said Wednesday that the customers of Whatburger were racist. pic.twitter.com/fftWwvgyx8
This is not the first time Clark is speaking out against racism – in 2020, he is He shed tears At a local waterburger, a customer addressed an incident in which his son and 2 other Arizona State football players called the N-word … and instead of escalating, the restaurant manager threatened to call the police on the players.
Athletes in the sports world, including the Arizona Cardinals star, also recently revealed hateful comments Budda Baker And the Cleveland Guardians Infielder Yu Chang.