Cole Beasley wife Kyrstin goes on expletive-laden Twitter rant at fan
Cole Beasley blew any chance the Dallas Cowboys had of coming back against the New York Giants Sunday when he fumbled a punt return with less than two minutes remaining and his team trailing 27-20. As expected, fans were not kind to him on social media.
After the game, Beasley apologized for the fumble on Twitter. He took a much calmer stance than his wife Kyrstin, who went off on one of her husband’s critics with an expletive-laden rant. She later deleted the tweets, but The Dallas Morning News preserved them and censored the naughty language:
You can see the uncensored tweets here. The fan Mrs. Beasley went off on blamed Cole for the loss and said he should never be allowed to field a punt again. Kyrstin later issued an apology:
— Papa I I I (@dhambrick63) October 26, 2015
Cowboys cornerback Tyler Patmon came to the defense of Cole and Kyrstin:
If you're a fan know your boundaries. No fan has the right to go after a mans family or wife! You wouldn't want some one disrespecting yours
— Tyler Patmon (@Lion_hearted_26) October 26, 2015
We have seen plenty of examples of NFL players’ wives going on Twitter rants, with some of them even being aimed at referees. While such outbursts make things awkward for their husbands, you can understand how there are times when human nature takes over.