Nobody tells athletes more about themselves than fans who think they know them more than the actual person.
That was confirmed this week when a Twitter user tried to Lamar Jackson about his own signature.
The guy below took to the popular social media site and listed a jersey for sale for $250 that had the Baltimore Ravens’ QB’s signature on it.
Jackson saw the post and informed the guy that he did not sign that jersey.
Silk Gray then called Jackson out by posting a certificate of authenticity from a company whose sole purpose is authenticating signatures:
That’s when Jackson moved in for the kill shot:
Gray did not give up:
While rumors have surfaced surrounding Lamar Jackson potentially leaving the franchise as talks on a contract extension continue, the Ravens quarterback is focused on leading the team and playing well going into the 2022 season.
The 2019 MVP will earn $23 million playing under his fifth-year option this season if he and the Ravens don’t agree on an extension.