The former WWE JBL star last night conducted a series of tweets aimed at Cody Rhodes, one of whom said that he would kill the fighter, but Leyfild now apologized, admitting that he had drunk too much.
In case you missed it … JBL also tweeted, saying that Cody is a tool, not his league, and that he can beat Rhodes any day in the match (although he retired).
On Friday morning, however, Layfield changed his tune. “I had fun with Cody last night and said that I would kill Cody Rhodes, I obviously didn’t mean it literally,” he wrote on Twitter. “It was a very bad choice of words, I come back with him and his family, and I just talked to him in a sporting sense. I apologize for this bad choice of words. ”
I add: “I did not mean disrespect for Dusty. This is what happens when the excitement of the victory of the Cowboys, my birthday, colloquial flavor and booze. ”
Public figures, here's a tip: Don't drink or tweet. It usually does not end well.