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Jameis Winston responds to critics of way he speaks

Jameis Winston postgameJameis Winston on Tuesday did the most tweeting he had done since August, before the college football season began. What was his first item of business after winning the national title? Sticking it to his haters.

Winston also sent this tweet in response to everyone (such as myself) who criticized the way he talks or his speeches:

Yes, yes they are national champions, and yes Winston led them to victory. I still don’t like him as a speaker though. But that doesn’t matter so long as he’s an excellent leader on the field, which it seems like he is.



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  • Common Sense

    Good for you Jameis!

    Dee Dee Kent McCarron Bonner McCarron (back to previous married name because NFL) for showing the world your ugly bitterness & disgusting hypocrisy. She may not be racist but she is infamous for attacking people on Twitter who even constructively critique AJ.

    She promotes herself as a charitable soul who loves children yet has never, not once, tried to promote the efforts to find her brother Dustin Kent’s niece, Brittney Wood. She vanished without a trace almost two years ago from his neighborhood even before he was arrested the first time.

    Dee Dee knew Brittney and has never even so much as sent a RT about her. Nor has she spoken out against her brother’s multiple charges of r@pe & incest of multiple children under 12 (large family pedo ring). She has never distanced herself from her parents who housed him & are likely the “mysterious” benefactor’s paying for his very expensive attorney… unless the longterm coverup goes into even deeper pockets.

    A note to Dee Dee – your brother goes back to court again in Baldwin County on Friday for the five of his numerous indictments, correct? Hope that karma bus keeps on rolling through the charges in Mobile County!

    I also hope you find some of that integrity you always preach about and finally try to do some good for the child victims in your own family.

  • whocares85

    Even though he may not speak the most fluent English he is not afraid to speak his mind on his thoughts, actions or anything else he is speaking of. He gives credit to his teammates, Coach’s and anyone else to whom credit is due. At the ending of his speech he gave credit to the most important one of all; GOD. He did not hesitate to mention that without God he would not be there. He is a very humble and caring person and lets others know how he feels about God, Coaches and teammates. He also gives praises to the other team, a classy act…—

  • nassy

    impressive

  • SpinMax

    He sure is a class act… is duncan penderhughes doing his homework?

  • JadeinNM

    Jameis did all the speaking necessary with his throwing arm and his teammates last night. Only thing missing was that he didn’t drop the mic at the end of the interview.

  • cyndyt

    Dee Dee is proof that money can not buy class. Looks like her DNA out shines her bank acct. Poor AJ.

  • Carol Kelley

    Since Ms. McCarron criticized the language skills of Jameis Winston, I have a point to make regarding her apology. When referring to a person or people such as a family, one should use the word “who” instead of “that”. In short, Dee Dee’s tweet correctly stated would have been, “…those WHO know my family…” Judge not less you be judged!