Kadarius Toney claims his account was HACKED after a Giants fan released an expletive-laden voice note allegedly sent to him by the Chiefs wide receiver
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Kadarius Toney has taken to social media to claim his account was hacked, after it was alleged he sent an expletive-laden private voice note to a New York Giants fan.
Toney and his account have been at the center of NFL fans’ attention after a Twitter user by the name @KayvonOjulari posted an profanity-laced audio message from a direct message conversation alleged to be between his and Toney’s accounts.
‘You talk about I miss Daniel Jones,’ Toney allegedly said in in the audio message. ‘Apparently, he misses me I can show you the call log, he callin’ me, blowin’ me up.’
‘Pull up n**** or shut the f*** up,’ the voice adds, before claiming: ‘Tell that n*** stop calling me then if he don’t miss me, f*** ass n***. Get your p**** ass outta my DM’s unless you droppin’ an addy.’
‘My apologies….I got hacked’, Toney later posted on his account.
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A Giants fan released video of an alleged profanity laced voice message from Kadarius Toney
Toney later posted a tweet saying his account was hacked in regard to the conversation
He recently flipped off ‘everybody in NY’ saying he got his Super Bowl ring on his middle finger
If the voice in the messages was in fact Toney it would not be the first time he had some choice words for fans of the team that traded him last year.
While recently appearing in a video on the YouTube channel of popular Atlanta based jeweler Ice Box, Toney joked he was getting his Super Bowl ring fitted for his middle finger.
‘Aye, this for everybody in New York right here,’ Toney told the camera while flipping the bird.
‘I’m gonna go to the middle of New York with my middle finger up,’ said Toney later in the video. ‘I love trolling. They tried to troll me, I’ve got something for ’em.’
Toney’s time in New York was marred by injury and rumors over rifts between the player and the organization that led to the eventual trade.
Trade rumors had swirled around the 24-year-old’s name from the moment that head coach Brian Daboll and general manager Joe Schoen took over the Giants, leading to speculation that the new brains trust in NY didn’t like the wide out from the offset.
Toney went on to make a major impact during the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory when he not only made a clutch 65-yard punt return and also caught a touchdown pass only a handful plays beforehand.
Toney was traded from the Giants in his sophomore season amid rumors of a rift with staff
Toney went on to make a major impact in the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory after scoring a TD
He is expected to step into a much larger role in his second season with the Chiefs, who say they have seen nothing to make them feel he has attitude issues.
‘Kadarius did a nice job for us,’ Chiefs coach Andy Reid said at the NFL owners’ meeting in March. ‘He came in and did what we asked.
‘We had to rest him for a while with the hamstring, we tried to get that back and I could see where he wanted to rush things back and get back in there — he loves to play.
‘We backed up and let it heal and he was good after that.
‘He was great, I don’t know all the stuff there but I just know he was great with us. He fit right in and did a nice job.’