Cincinnati Bengals cornerback takes offense to rapper's mocking post.
Clearly taking offense to an Instagram post by Ludacris on Tuesday, Adam "Pacman" Jones warned the rapper that they're going to have problems when they meet face to face.
"@ludacris nice post, now when I see you I'm beat your a-- .... Now post that #p---y," the Cincinnati Bengals cornerback responded via his own Instagram account.
Jones's threat comes after Luda posted a shot of a rather large bikini-clad woman being held on the shoulders of a man, whose face is covered, in a pool. To the right of the shot is a photo of Jones wearing a neck brace. Jones had neck surgery in 2010. The implications of how Jones hurt his neck through the picture were enough to enrage the NFL veteran.
And Jones is no stranger to controversy, having been named in multiple strip-club incidents, including the infamous February 2007 strip-club shooting in Las Vegas, which would be the trigger for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspending him for the entire 2007 season for violating the league's conduct policy. In January 2008, Jones was accused of hitting a woman in an Atlanta strip club.
He was reinstated by the NFL later that year and played for the Dallas Cowboys in 2008, before joining the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010 following more brushes with the law. He's been a cornerback for the Bengals since 2010.
Let's hope that this heat between "Pacman" and Luda dies down quick.
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(Photo: Pacman Jones via Instagram)