Stephen Ross Says Miko Grimes' Twitter Antics Played a Part in Releasing Brent Grimes
Miko Grimes has blasted the Dolphins in another Twitter rant.
For the past three
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross confirmed yesterday that Miko's constant criticism of the team in fact played a part.
"I think everybody knows what she represented," Ross told the Palm Beach Post. "I thought it was best that the Dolphins move on from Brent and Miko.”
Miko wasted no time taking to Twitter to refute Ross' claims.
trust me Steven Ross isnt disrespecting me. he knows better. let him get thru his interview yall, he doesnt have a clue in real life.— Miko Grimes (@iHeartMiko) March 22, 2016
Indeed, other reports suggest the Fins tried to restructure Brent Grimes' contract, but he decided to become a free agent. He signed a two-year, $13.5 million contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers shortly after parting ways with the Fins.
s/o to every1 ASSuming they know what happened with me and my husband in miami. i appreciate the interest, but dont act like u know whats up— Miko Grimes (@iHeartMiko) March 23, 2016
as soon as these fuck boy reporters write some stupid shit, yall believe it! then fake react in people's mentions. what losers u all are!— Miko Grimes (@iHeartMiko) March 23, 2016
a lot of yall teams wanted brent. the bucs just made sure yall team had to dig deep in their wallet to get him. the bucs wanted him more.— Miko Grimes (@iHeartMiko) March 23, 2016
So, basically, Ross says Miko's criticism of the team may have played a part in deciding
to part ways, but Miko says she and her husband are better off anyway. In turn, the Dolphins have signed Byron Maxwell, who is also a pretty good cornerback. Sounds like everyone is better off.
Of course, now ends the story of Miko Grimes in Miami.
Miko first caught our attention by tweeting a picture of the XXX-rated birthday cake she had made for her
We hope she enjoys Tampa.
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