The Miami Dolphins seem to be having a troll war amongst themselves.
One day after Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills expressed his frustrations with the new partnership between the NFL and Jay-Z, his head coach Brian Flores decided to send a statement of his own.
“I can go on a list of things I felt like could have been done or handled in a better fashion,” Stills said, according to a video from ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe. “I really don’t want to get into that, but for the most part what I’m trying to say to people is that let’s work toward solutions. Let’s wait and see what goes down from this deal.”
Stills added: “You can’t really tell right now. It doesn’t sit well with me. I don’t think it was handled the right way but you never know.”
During Tuesday’s practice, Flores blasted eight-straight Jay-Z songs, but the team stated that Stills knew the first-year coach was going to go with the tracks beforehand.
No explanation was given for Flores playing the songs, but the timing was peculiar.
When Stills got back to his locker, reporters noticed that he was now blasting Nas, the legendary rapper who once had beef with Jay-Z back in the day.
Now the speaker system by Kenny Stills locker room is playing NAS. If you know, you know. pic.twitter.com/wNy2yF8Tpt
— Omar Kelly (@OmarKelly) August 20, 2019