(Original Instagram post by Albert Haynesworth has since been deleted)
Albert Haynesworth is no stranger to controversy.
During his time on the football field, the former Tennessee defensive tackle got suspended for stomping on an opponents head, but that was minor compared to how he started off his 2020.
Haynesworth took to Instagram on Monday and posted an image that insinuated that Iran should strike the White House if the country chooses to attack the U.S.
“@Iran if you are going to attack the United States well here is a picture for you! #justtryingtohelp us folks that aren’t starting wars,” he wrote in the accompanying caption in the since deleted post.
Thehill.com was quick to spot this post by Albert Hayensworth.
Haynesworth shared an image of an aerial view of the White House and surrounding Washington, D.C., area with the White House circled, indicating a potential target. The surrounding city was labeled as “not affiliated.”
Haynesworth spent seven seasons with the Titans during his 10-year NFL career. He retired in 2011.
He gained National attention and support last year when he took to Instagram and opened up about his health problems and need for a kidney. He clearly must be feeling a whole lot better.
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