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Reactions to former Steelers wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster’s James Bradberry tweet

Former Pittsburgh Steelers wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster decided to go to Twitter on Valentine’s Day to troll Philadelphia Eagles cornerback James Bradberry.

The tweet comes off as tasteless after JuJu was a part of not only winning Super Bowl LVII with the Kansas City Chiefs, but he was also part of a controversial call against Eagles Bradberry late in the 4th quarter.

This comes after James Bradberry admitted to holding JuJu in the 4th quarter, which allowed the Chiefs to get a first down before kicking the game-winning field goal.

It’s not the first time the former Steelers wideout has gotten on the wrong side of the media or players within the NFL. JuJu made a name for himself on TikTok during his time in Pittsburgh, drawing criticism from some of the Steelers fanbase.

While some were sad to see JuJu no longer a part of the Steelers, others were relieved to see he’s now another team’s problem. Myself included.

Reactions to JuJu’s tasteless post-Superbowl tweet

The most notable response to JuJu comes from Eagles wideout AJ Brown who called JuJu “Tik-Tok boy” before once again congratulating him on his Superbowl win.

Others have spoken out against JuJu, including former Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount and former Kansas City Chiefs guard Jeff Allen.

Eagles C.J. Gardner-Johnson responded by saying JuJu “ran” from him during the game, which JuJu responded with this.

While some might find this entertaining, more importantly, it displays JuJu’s immaturity level, of which he has not grown up as much as some may have thought.

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