Since promising to be the team’s “worst enemy” when his new team Miami Dolphins faces them this upcoming season, former Kansas City Chiefs star wide receiver Tyreek Hill took multiple digs at the Chiefs whenever he got the chance.
With the Chiefs already giving their star QB Patrick Mahomes a whopping deal, as well as having valuable players such as Chris Jones, Travis Kelce, Frank Clark, and Orlando Brown on big money, there was no chance left for Tyreek despite his incredible stat and he was eventually traded to the Dolphins after six highly-productive seasons.
After signing a four-year, $2.58 million contract with the Chiefs, the veteran WR amassed 479 catches and 56 receiving touchdowns throughout his entire tenure in Kansas City and also surpassed 1,180 receiving yards in four of his last five seasons with the franchise.
Tyreek Hill sparked controversy by taking digs at the Chiefs using a derogatory term
The Miami Dolphins’ All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill recently appeared in a short video where he was seen saying the “Kansas City Qu**fs”.
“Kansas City Queefs” -Tyreek Hill pic.twitter.com/cPLZqBqvhr
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) May 5, 2023
The video got viral in a moment and the Chiefs fans couldn’t keep calm as they took to social media to roast the fleet-footed star.
Some fans claimed the Chiefs just grabbed a Super Bowl, hence, Hill lost his cool over that.
He’s jealous he can’t win a Super Bowl with Tua at QB.
— Jack (@Jack473836) May 5, 2023
We just won a Super Bowl he’s definitely butthurt lol
— Patrick Mahomes Truther (@IAmNotAnthony15) May 6, 2023
Some fans go personal saying it is coming from an athlete who abuses his children.
Says the guy who broke his kids arm
— Al (@pardonmyweld) May 5, 2023
Tyreek the woman/child abuser.
— maXimus (@CapKC_85) May 6, 2023
A user tweeted Tyreek was the one to witness the Chiefs grabbing the Super Bowl sitting on his couch.
@cheetah came up with that lol joke while he was on his couch watching the superbowl.
— Zack Alvey (@ZLArecords) May 6, 2023
Some netizens also slammed him for doing unnecessary drama.
Tyreek starts more unnecessary drama than his ex that lied about him abusing his kids.
— HIRE KYLE BODDY and THRIVE, KC (@150Guacamole) May 5, 2023
The 29-year-old moonlighted as a hero by recording career highs of 170 targets, 119 receptions, and 1,710 yards receiving in his first season with the Miami Dolphins and leading the team (8-5) in position to snap its six-year playoff drought.
The Dolphins will travel to Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium at some point as both teams are expected to be two of the main contenders this season and Hill will undoubtedly be eagerly waiting to beat his former team.
Are you excited like us to witness the on-field drama? What do you think Tyreek might do after facing his former team and teammates? You can share your predictions with us in the comment section.