Kadarius Toney has the worst take possible on Henry Ruggs’ accident. And he decided the world had to know about it.
“We young…..everybody make mistakes….y’all lookin at the situation like “this or that” kuz it ain’t y’all…having so much too say….he know he messed up don’t drag em for it……that’s goofy to me….just pray for the families involved,” Toney tweeted on Wednesday.
Everybody does make mistakes. Few drive while intoxicated at 156 miles per hour, killing a 23-year-old woman and her dog, according to prosecutors.
Damien Woody was among the over 5,000 people who dragged the Giants receiver on Twitter.
“Some of ya’ll youngins don’t believe in accountability is the problem,” Woody tweeted. “A person was killed b/c of a terrible decision.”
Toney turned replies off on his initial tweet, but for some reason, decided to double down on Thursday morning.
“Tough talkin don’t faze me … … . gangsta,” he tweeted with two laughing faces.
Ruggs was cut by the Raiders after the crash and faces felony charges of driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in death and reckless driving. Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Joe Bonaventure said that in a 16-year career on the bench, he had never heard of a crash involving a vehicle going so fast.
Ruggs posted a $150,000 bond and was released from jail Wednesday evening.
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