WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson enraged a D.C. area radio host when he joked about North Korea bombing Foxborough – the home of the New England Patriots – on Wednesday.
Johnson’s tweets came after a statement from North Korea, asserting the country would respond to U.S. threats with nuclear strikes against Hawaii, Los Angeles, D.C., and Austin, Tx.
Although Johnson’s Twitter response began innocently enough:[tweet https://twitter.com/StevieJohnson13/status/319552408906768385 width=”420″]
His political commentary quickly tipped the scales toward offensive within the hour:[tweet https://twitter.com/StevieJohnson13/status/319565043815550976 width=”420″]
Radio host Holden Kushner of 106.7 The Fan’s “Holden and Danny” in Washington, D.C. – went ballistic on Thursday in response to the comments.
What was initially intended to be a segment grading the Redskins unseasonably quiet offseason, strayed off course then grew into a verbal lambasting of Johnson’s Twitter activity.
“All it takes is a little miscommunication and we got a big issue,” Kushner said. “So enough with the jokes. I don’t want to hear ‘em. Don’t tweet ‘em to me. I don’t want to see ‘em.”Comments