Michigan player appeared to threaten Jim Harbaugh in disturbing tweets
A former Michigan player sent a series of troubling tweets over the weekend that may have been threatening in nature toward Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh.
It’s unclear exactly what linebacker Elysee Mbem-Bosse was so angry about, but it would appear he was suspended by the Michigan football team at some point last season. He is no longer listed on Michigan’s active roster, and he included a screenshot of a text message in one of his tweets that seemed to show a team official informing him he has been suspended by Harbaugh.
In the tweets, Mbem-Bosse made reference to Michigan’s gun laws and spoke about having to tend to a family crisis. He appeared to be saying that someone from the team came to his house when he wrote, “They sent someone to my crib before. I was nice enough to call the cops next time I’m calling the morgue. I’m talking with facts.” At one point, Mbem-Bosse tagged Harbaugh’s Twitter handle.
Beware that the tweets contain some inappropriate language:
This is alarming as hell…
Former Michigan football player, dismissed from team a few months back… screen shots of recent tweets aimed at Harbaugh and other Michigan coaches.
— James Yoder (@JamesTYoder) April 17, 2018
Elysee Mbem Bosse went on a rant against Harbaugh etc. pic.twitter.com/qZql2bZfr8
— Jesse Dieterman (@JesseDieterman) April 17, 2018
While it’s almost impossible to make sense of what Mbem-Bosse was talking about, the fact that he referenced gun laws and a morgue should be disturbing enough for police to look into it.
H/T Reddit CFB