Twitter Fight! LeSean McCoy's Baby Momma Goes Insane

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Super Bowl week is off and running, and if it's Super Bowl week it means that there's a chance we could get some NFL-related drama. Back in the day, that drama would be limited to actual shenanigans the night before the game (Barrett Robbins heading to Tijuana, Stanford Jennings getting his drug on, Eugene Robinson looking to get his knob polished), maybe even the occasional game week stabbing (what up, Ray Ray?).

But with social media, that's all changed. Twitter has given us a whole new avenue for angst, conflict and crime. It's the gift that keeps on giving, really.

So with that said, we have our first salacious story of Super Bowl week -- the Twitter war between Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy and his baby momma, someone named Steph (or @angelface0330 on Twitter, if you want to follow her, much safer than banging her, obviously)!

Normally this time of year, McCoy would be in Hawaii getting ready for the Pro Bowl, but his season went a lot like the Eagles' season in 2012 (4-12, represent yo!), so instead he's decompressing in Puerto Rico. Well, hard to totally decompress in this age of smart phones and full-time accessibility. You'll see.

So, on Saturday, Twitter shots were fired between McCoy and Steph. It started like most social media fights between parents of an illegitimate child, with the father calling the mother a "dirty alley girl":

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After LeSean clarified that he does see his little boy as a blessing, Steph pulled out the "Baby Momma Twitter Playbook" and began running it to perfection. I mean, it was almost like she gameplanned all week and scripted her first 15 tweets, like a "dirty alley girl" version of Gary Kubiak.

First, she fired back with a reminder that LeSean really had no desire to be "blessed" in this way to begin with:

Then, she accused him of having herpes:

How about accusations that he skirted child support payments in exchange for some cunnilingus? Well, here you go...

Allegations that LeSean McCoy's best friend is sleeping with his girlfriend, the "hook and lateral" of the Baby Momma playbook...

Dick-size crackbacks, fullback up the middle....

Oh dear....text messages backing up all this "inadequate dick" talk...I'm now going back and making amends with all my old girlfriends....

She even went back and admired her "drive" after she just went the Twitter equivalent of 16 plays, 97 yards...

So after thrashing McCoy on Twitter, Steph decides it's time to hit the hay...

But wait! Not so fast, my friend! LeSean decides to unleash his Twitter followers on the mother of his child!

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And now it's on for like the next three hours! Steph has Shady McCoy sycophants coming at her from every angle and she's having to fend them off like Dusty Rhodes being attacked by all four Horsemen on WCW Saturday night!

Some of the highlights (and there were MANY):

(My personal favorite right here....)

Eventually, LeSean was able to get back to enjoying Puerto Rico, even if he has some uncomfortable conversations waiting for him when he returns to the mainland...

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Of course, McCoy has since deleted his Twitter account. That's one way to reduce the baby momma drama.

Also, using a condom.

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6 comments
Texasyank
Texasyank

Tom Hulce actually.  I'm worse than everybody.

Texasyank
Texasyank

wcvemail--how could you have lost money on Super Bowl XXIII? The Bengals covered.  It was even mentioned in "Parenthood," Tim Hulce to Jason Robards.  Or did you take the straight money line?

dpm1937
dpm1937

It's called puctuation, subject-verb agreement, and an attempt to use a 4th grade level of the english language. That is one of the most difficult things I've ever tried to read.

wcvemail
wcvemail

Sean, I think your reference to Stanley Jennings is misplaced. Jennings replaced Stanley Wilson at running back in Super Bowl 23 for the Bengals. Wilson said he was just going to get his playbook for the last pre-game meeting, but 20 minutes after the meeting started, Wilson was found by an asst coach in the bathroom in the throes of a cocaine orbit. The money I lost on the Bengals in that game wasn't all Wilson's fault, but most of it was.

berencheats
berencheats

Now this is a great way to start my Monday...LMAO.

Dudley_Dawson
Dudley_Dawson

I could understand about 1 out of every three things that chick said.

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