Larry Johnson has called out Dwyane Wade once before.
The former All-Pro running back targeted former NBA star Dwyane Wade on social media back in December when he sounded off about the Bible and alleged an “effeminate agenda” in the NFL and NBA, and accused Wade of sacrificing his son to the “doctrines of demons.”
“I didn’t see what the issue with Wade’s family photo was all about… His twitter avi is him (symbolically) standing with his hands in a pyramid. …Freemasons believe in sacrificing a child or their child to the doctrines of demons, doing what he’s told for worldly wealth,” he wrote.
Over the weekend, he took aim at the future hall of famer again when he suggested Wade was trying to reap the benefits of sacrificing his son by posting a video of both of them with their hair dyed.
“No NBA, no TNT, gotta reap the benefits of that sacrifice somehow.
It’s hilarious to me because these mystery religions are re-scrambling how they can pull off their Idol Worship during a pandemic.”
Johnson was among the top running backs in the NFL before stepping away after the 2011 season. He played with the Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins and Washington Redskins and rushed for 6,223 yards and scored 55 rushing touchdowns.