Former Eagles wide receiver Donte Stallworth had a problem with something that ESPN’s Adam Schefter re=tweeted. Schefter had retweeted something that an unknown individual had tweeted about jailed Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress.
For quite a while yesterday, Plaxico Burrress’s agent Drew Rosenhaus was tweeting information about Burress ,whom he had visited in jail recently. Rosenhaus was tweeting about what great shape Burress was in and how he thought he could restart his career.
That led someone else to tweet something which pointed out Burress’ sentence was much longer than Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Donte Stallworth as well as former St. Louis Rams defensive end Leonard Little.
“Donte Stallworth and Leonard Little killed people. Burress hurt himself only, but he got harshest punishment. Travesty!” is how the tweet read.
It was a true statement because Burress was sentenced to two years in jail for carrying a loaded gun into a Manhattan night club and shooting himself in the leg. Stallworth and Little killed people while driving drunk. Stallworth served a month in prison, while Little didn’t even serve that.
Schefter read the tweet and retweeted it. Stallworth didn’t appreciate it and tweeted back to Schefter.
“Yo @AdamSchefter, keep my name out you tweets homie, straight up!!!” Stallworth said.
Stallworth was finished. He followed that up by saying, “You’re so concerned about my boy Plax, if you haven’t visited him or wrote him then keep quiet until you do! @AdamSchefter.”