Arian Foster Tells Bucs CB To Stay Off YouTube After He Spewed Conspiracy Theories Over Shot (TWEETS)

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Antonio Hamilton is not a fan of what the NFL sent out in a memo this week.

The Tampa Bay Bucs cornerback had a lot to say on Twitter in several released tweets:

“So what are they going to do if a vaccinated member catches Covid & spreads it? These rules grow crazier by the day. All bcuz guys don’t want to be vaxed which is their right. The vaccine is to lessen the blow when it hits, that DOES NOT MEAN U CANT GIVE IT TO OTHERS!”

After his last tweet, former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster had to chime in to tell Hamilton and people like him to stay off YouTube bringing their conspiracy theories into situations that doesn’t warrant it.

Back in May, the Bucs signed free-agent cornerback Antonio Hamilton on a one-year deal. He appeared in all 16 games last season for the Kansas City Chiefs, whom the Bucs faced in Super Bowl LV. The 28-year-old played most of his snaps on special teams and managed to collect 12 total tackles.