Twitter roasts man complaining of Cardinals star DeAndre Hopkins disrupting Phoenix ‘Trump Train’
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is currently preparing for a Sunday Night Football clash against the undefeated Seattle Seahawks. However, Hopkins was apparently a little busy prior to his team’s NFC West showdown against the rival Seahawks.
Hopkins reportedly drove his Ferrari through Phoenix “Trump Train” on Sunday afternoon while it remains unknown as to whether the veteran pass-catcher actually put anyone at risk or not upon making his statement.
@DeAndreHopkins My 8 yr old son was in one of the cars you were swerving in and out of as you were disrupting the PHX Trump Train drive and trying to cause an accident. You're a piece of trash. Make your political statements, but you out people at risk today. @espn @AZCardinals pic.twitter.com/7tAuuyM5Or
— Richard Williams (@rwilliams254) October 25, 2020
One thing is for certain, though, the Twitter user that initially called out Hopkins probably did not expect to get absolutely roasted in the hours to come. Even so, this hardly comes as a surprise considering how controversial of a figure President Donald Trump has become since taking over the White House back in 2016.
— sreekar (@sreekyshooter) October 25, 2020
DeAndre Hopkins disrupting a MAGA parade in a Ferrari is the best type of 2020 energy I've seen thus far https://t.co/Bi0ENR678a
— Gerald_Bourguet (@BourguetGerald) October 25, 2020
On the football field, Hopkins and the Cardinals have a huge matchup against the 5-0 Seahawks on their hands for Sunday evening in the desert.
With the Cardinals already defeating the San Francisco 49ers to begin the 2020 regular season, wins of that nature won’t be easy to come by this time around as the NFC West division has already solidified itself as the best group in all of football. The Cardinals can make a seriously statement against the Seahawks, though this will no doubt be a tough task for Arizona.
Did that child a favor 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 https://t.co/U71VfRITPV
— Shamce Ahmad (@sahmad95) October 25, 2020
Receiver gets that lane if you impede it it’s a foul sorry https://t.co/GsBQZ9cqfs
— luke (@lukeoneil47) October 25, 2020
Hopkins is currently in the midst of his first go-round as a member of the Cardinals after previously spending his entire NFL playing career with the Houston Texans. The Texans traded Hopkins to the Cardinals this past offseason.