Johnny Manziel Sends Out Poorly-Worded Tweet About “Bangin’ Morgan Wallen,” Twitter Has A Field Day With It

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Johnny Manziel is in Nashville, and he’s got one thing on his mind… Morgan Wallen.

More specifically, banging Morgan Wallen in every Uber in the city…

Ummm…. what?

The 2012 Heisman trophy winner from Texas A&M turned former Cleveland Brown’s Quarterback, who is now signed on to play for a Fan Controlled Football (FCF) team called the Zappers, posted the poorly-worded tweet last night on his account.

He clearly meant he was going to play Morgan’s music in the car while visiting Music City, a middle finger to all of the controversy Morgan has been involved in this year. We all know that “Johnny Football” is no stranger to being in hot water throughout his career as well.

It’s reminiscent of a similar tweet from 2017 courtesy of Chase Rice, who also sent out a poorly-punctuated comment about Alan Jackson’s music that went viral years ago. May we never forget this one, either:

More Morgan Wallen news.

Johnny’s tweet sent Twitter into a frenzy of hysterical responses that flowed in shortly after it went viral.

If you want to laugh your ass off today, check out what Twitter had to say about it:

And, my personal favorite:

I don’t know if everyone quite got the joke, though:

Twitter always delivers.

As of right now, the tweet is still up and hasn’t been edited or reworded.

Johnny has tweeted a few times since this one, including to say “yes” to an invite by the Nashville Predators to their game tomorrow night. Seeing as it got pretty rowdy at the last Preds game when Taylor Lewan ripped his shirt off during the game, there’s no telling what will happen with Johnny there.

The other tweet was a follow-up to the first one about Morgan with some lyrics from the title track to his 2021 album, “Dangerous”, most likely sent out from Johnny’s Uber.

He’s a man of his word, I guess…

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