The Best Comedian Tweets on the Richie Incognito Scandal
The Richie Incognito scandal is in that weird place where we understand that it's pretty serious but also so over-the-top in some weird sports soap opera-style that sometimes you can't help but laugh. So with the help of Witstream, we rounded up the best tweets about the scandal from professional comedy types.
Richie Incognito left his teammate a voicemail with racial slurs. Downright inexcusable. Ain't nobody got time to listen to no voicemails!!— Abbi Crutchfield (@curlycomedy) November 5, 2013
Miami Dolphins player suspended for bullying teammate. Used hurtful language like "you play like you play for the Miami Dolphins."— Ritch Duncan (@ritchied) November 5, 2013
Richie Incognito has been suspended indefinitely by the Miami Dolphins for being a human YouTube comment.— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) November 5, 2013
Once Richie Incognito called his bag of Combos a bunch of "half-pr*tzel pieces of ch**se that he wanted to sh*ve into his dr**ling mouth."— Abbi Crutchfield (@curlycomedy) November 5, 2013
If I were Jonathan Martin I would have called Richie Incognito "Cabbage Patch" since he looks like an adult Cabbage Patch Kid.— Jared Freid (@jtrain56) November 10, 2013
So Richie Incognito had a hood pass from the other Dolphins. Did that make him Richie Incog-negro?— Jordan Carlos (@jordancarlos) November 8, 2013
Someone give Richie Incognito a Snickers so he can turn back into Tim Tebow.— Adam Carl (@AdamWearsPants) November 5, 2013
The Dolphins' store stopped selling Richie Incognito jerseys? But I still haven't bought George Zimmerman's Chanukah present!— Matt Goldich (@MattGoldich) November 5, 2013
Maybe the Dolphins can be an "honorary" playoff team.— Matt Goldich (@MattGoldich) November 12, 2013
HBO Hard Knocks obviously picked the wrong year to follow the Dolphins.— Jensen Karp (@JensenClan88) November 8, 2013
If Incognito alienates all his teammates, who will get things out of his pockets for him?— Alex Baze (@bazecraze) November 10, 2013
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