Randy Moss was always been someone who wore his heart on his sleeve.
This was the case recently when the former Vikings wide receiver reacted to the release of an email from former Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden that included him using a racially insensitive description for current NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith.
Jason Whitlock was one person who decided to mock Moss for crying on TV over this situation.
Whitlock, a former employee of ESPN and Fox Sports, followed up his mocking of Moss by saying the Hall of Fame receiver “should win an academy award for best leading actor.” He also wrote an article saying “at least ESPN didn’t demand the Hall of Fame receiver wear a dress while pretending to be emotionally devastated over a 10-year-old comment in a private email that had zero to do with Moss.”
Moss saw the story and responded on Twitter. He wrote “ON SITE!” before quickly deleting the tweet. One of Whitlock’s followers captured a screenshot:
Whitlock has since followed up his mocking of Moss by offering him some advice.