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The Kadaraius Toney saga continued on Tuesday, dragging into its third week after he initially flipped off the New York Giants and their fans at the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl ring fitting.

After his most recent 24-hour tirade, in which he sent several disparaging tweets, DMs and voice messages to Giants fans on social media, Toney now claims his account was hacked.

In order to believe Toney was hacked, you would also have to believe a highly sophisticated form of AI was used. Not only could Toney’s indistinguishable teeth be seen in one of his videos, but his voice was clearly heard in several expletive-laden messages sent to Giants fans (NSFW).

In at least one of the voice messages sent to a Giants fan, Toney challenges them to “pull up” and meet him face-to-face.

Meanwhile, several of Toney’s tweets were written in his own personalized dialect in which he often replaces the letter “c” with the letter “k.”

Toney had recognized on Saturday that he was walking on thin ice and might soon receive a talking to from Chiefs PR or head coach Andy Reid.

Early on Tuesday morning, Toney attempted to goad Giants fans further by poking fun at the Saquon Barkley contract situation. He also insinuated that Daniel Jones was “blowing up” his cell phone and that he had been ignoring the calls.

Throughout all of this, Toney was routinely blocking fans and media members alike, including members of the Giants beat pool.

After several other incidents of immaturity, the Giants and general manager Joe Schoen traded Toney to the Chiefs for a third- and sixth-round pick last October. One of those picks was later used to acquire tight end Darren Waller.


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