Much-maligned quarterback Johnny Manziel took to Twitter to offer a little advice to President Donald Trump.
Soon after, the two tweets disappears along with Johnny Football’s account.
“Yo, POTUS even I know to stay away from the notifications section on twitter. S— will drive you crazy, lead the country and let them hate,” Manziel wrote on Monday afternoon, followed by another one: “Control what you can control and let the rest fall by the wayside.”
We’re not sure if the account deletion had to do with the Trump comments, although Manziel’s spokesperson Denise Michaels told ESPN “he told me [Twitter is] not a priority and he’s trying to eliminate distractions.” However, his Instagram and Snapchat account are still up and running.
ESPN: ‘He sent a message to ESPN’s Ed Werder late last week, saying he has achieved sobriety without professional assistance and is determined to resume his career in the NFL. One day earlier, the former Cleveland Browns quarterback tweeted that he is trying to be a better person and thanked those who helped him during a “rough” 2016… Manziel, 24, is scheduled to make his first announced promotional appearance since leaving the NFL. He will sign autographs in two memorabilia shops at Texas malls during Super Bowl week.’