From former Super Bowl-winning teammates to now bitter rivals, Keyshawn Johnson and Warren Sapp, who once celebrated a Super Bowl victory together with the Buccaneers, find themselves in a feud.
During an appearance on “Fearless with Jason Whitlock,” Sapp openly criticized Johnson, labeling him as a poor teammate.
“He was special, on a whole other level, but as a teammate, I’d never take him again,” Sapp said. The former defensive lineman criticized the wide receiver’s ability to be a leader, saying that the team acquired other receivers to fill that role.
On Friday evening, Johnson fired back at Sapp’s remarks, describing Sapp as “apologetic,” “inauthentic,” and “an embarrassment to society.”
“please keep my name out yo mouth fake ass MF,” Johnson said. “sad go get some help..tired of you using my name.”
Johnson further added that the “sole individual worth following is #55,” alluding to Hall of Fame linebacker Derrick Brooks.
Currently, Johnson serves as a panelist on Fox Sports’ “Undisputed,” alongside fellow former NFL players such as Michael Irvin and Richard Sherman.
On the other hand, Sapp makes weekly appearances on Jason Whitlock’s show, which is broadcast on The Blaze.
It appears that any chance of reconciliation between these former teammates is remote, and it’s evident that their verbal feud is poised to persist with additional exchanges.