For the second straight week, Odell Beckham Jr. let his emotions get the best of him, helping to pave the way for yet another New York Giants loss.
That being said, football fans are taking notice of the superstar wide receiver's temper tantrums.
One of those gridiron fans is none other than Charlamagne Tha God.
Following the Giants' 24-10 road loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football, Charlamagne named Beckham the Donkey of the Day on The Breakfast Club for Tuesday morning.
"Now, lately, let's call it what it is, Odell Beckham Jr. has been acting like a b***h," Charlamagne said, beginning his dialog about the highly-emotional Giants wideout.
The radio personality proceeded to say media outlets are taking shots at Beckham because he "keeps having temper tantrums."
"We all sit back and watch the TV and ask, 'What's wrong with the baby?' Why he upset?" C. Tha God continued blasting the 23-year-old. "Last week, he got into a fight with a kicking net and lost, and this week he lost his cool after being flagged for taunting when he shoved [Vikings cornerback] Xavier Rhodes and then bumped into an official."
Listen to Charlamagne roast Odell in full below.
In addition to Beckham getting Donkey of the Day, he also received backlash from former Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer, who basically advised the young wideout to man up and quit getting too much in his feelings while speaking with TMZ Sports.
Four games into this season, Beckham has failed to reach the end zone, including his career-low three catches for 23 yards on Monday night.
Compounding matters is Beckham seemingly taking on a me-against-the-world mentality, making this meme of him on 2Pac's old album cover all the more fitting.
Beckham will have a chance to get a grip and redeem himself Sunday night when his Giants (2-2) visit the Green Bay Packers (2-1).
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