Stevie Johnson Offers Military Advice to North Korea, Advises Nuking Foxboro

Dan Carson@@DrCarson73Trending Lead WriterApril 4, 2013

Oct. 14, 2012; Glendale, AZ, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver (13) Stevie Johnson against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Bills defeated the Cardinals 19-16 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

War! Hoo! Yeah!  What is it good for? Blowing up the Patriots! Say it again! 

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson continued scribbling in the public diary that is his Twitter account Wednesday, this time addressing his personal feelings concerning the recent threat of nuclear war North Korean issued to the United States.

As you can see, much like the current situation between North Korea and the U.S., Johnson’s thoughts on the geopolitical developments between the two nations were initially peaceful, but then Dikembe Mutombo became involved and things escalated quickly.

Of course Johnson was kidding, but when you’re joking about an entire American city getting wiped off the map via nuclear strike, people are going to be a little concerned. One of those slightly concerned individuals was Patriots wide receiver Donald Jones.

Johnson eventually apologized for making the joke.

In summary, in the span of several hours, the star Buffalo Bills wide receiver went from peace emissary to nuke-the-Pats promoter and back to neutral observer. 

And so went another day in the life of Stevie Johnson. 

On Twitter, asking Johnson if we should send peacekeepers into Mile High Stadium: Dr__Carson

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