Let it be known that nobody can be Kirko Chainz.
Kris Boyd, the Minnesota Vikings cornerback and special teams ace, was extremely pissed off with the Washington Commanders taking a page from the Vikings’ playbook and dressing their quarterback in diamond chains on the airplane ride after a victory.
Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins went viral when he did it, but then the Commanders tried it to, but ti did not hit the same as the NFC East draped hundreds of thousands of dollars in jewelry around Taylor Heinicke’s neck after they upset the Eagles on Monday night.
“Stop trynna f—ing be us…Lames…He couldn’t even hold Kirk jockstrap. Find your own trend!…Y’all shit don’t even look like y’all having fun enjoying it..” Boyd wrote on Twitter.
Boyd also fired back at a fan who said he should be happy that Heinicke and the Commanders beat the Eagles to help the Vikings in the NFC playoff race. He replied: “Idgaf! We gone whoop both they ass they cross our path again!”
“I go hard behind my team man….There is no other way around it. These guys are like my brothers,” he wrote. “A huge family from all corners. And it’s nothing but major love!! Minnesota Vikings is my family and I don’t play when it come to us!! Point blank period!”
Boyd is in his fourth season with the Vikings. He has appeared in nine games and has recorded four tackles and one forced fumble and recovery this season.
The Vikings, despite an 8-1 record and a thrilling road win over the Bills, return to Minneapolis as underdogs to the Cowboys. The Cowboys are 3-0 at U.S. Bank Stadium and you can expect a ton of their fans to be in attendance for this matchup.
Kirko Chainz will need to be at the top of his game.