Even after the Minnesota Vikings parted ways with wide receiver Stefon Diggs by way of trading him to the Buffalo Bills, it seems he is still taking veiled shots at the organization on Twitter.
Diggs’ latest unusual tweet looks like a shot at his former employer, who he seems to have accused of “hating lowkey.”
They show fake love and be hating lowkey…
— DIGGS (@stefondiggs) April 19, 2020
There is a 99 percent chance this is referring to someone on the Vikings, the Vikings organization as a whole, or Vikings fans. If by some miracle you have managed to somehow NOT get annoyed by Diggs popping off one of these vague tweets every two days, this one might send you over the edge.
We get it, dude. You didn’t want to play in Minnesota. Lucky for you, the Vikings gave you exactly what you wanted. Playing outdoors in a freezing cold city like Buffalo with an inaccurate quarterback in Josh Allen might not be everyone’s preferred situation, especially for a receiver, but Diggs apparently hated the Vikings so much he was willing to take the downgrade at quarterback.
I think you’re taking about Viking fans 😂😂
— jake0629 (@jacobr0629) April 19, 2020
Diggs will likely be back in a few days with another days with some more murky quotes about how no one respects him, even though Dalvin Cook and Kirk Cousins, in recent weeks, have gone out of their way to praise him. His act was cool and mysterious the first time he did it, but now it’s just irritating.