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Marshawn Lynch's Mom Went Beast Mode On Trump With This Clapback Tweet, And People Loved It

"Bless you, Momma Lynch!"

Early Monday morning, President Trump tweeted and called on the NFL to suspend Marshawn Lynch for standing during the Mexican national anthem but sitting during the American national anthem before his Oakland Raiders lost to the New England Patriots in Mexico City on Sunday.

Well, the veteran running back remained silent about Trump's tweet through Monday, but his mother didn't.

Delisa Lynch went Beast Mode on the celebrity-in-chief, tweeting and clapping back, "What NFL team do Trump own? Oh yea, they wouldn't let him have one!! LMAO."

With that, Momma Lynch was referring to Trump's failed attempt to buy the Buffalo Bills back in 2014, when he was still busy being a reality TV star and businessman.

People instantly fell in love with Delisa's clapback tweet aimed at Trump and let her know all about it with these priceless reactions.

  • Here's Delisa Lynch's tweet, which sparked an outpouring of love

    Got him!

  • If you're keeping score, that's a touchdown for Momma Lynch and zero on the board for Trump

    Boom!

  • And twitter was quick to thank her

    Yes! Thank you.

  • In fact, the epic clapback tweet was immortalized on the Internet forever

    11/20/17. And yes, Marshawn got it from his mama.

  • Fellow Moms loved the way Delisa repped for her son

    #Facts.

  • Others got a case of mom envy over Delisa's amazing clapback abilities

    HA!

  • And she kept jabbing Trump, re-tweeting this woke statement for all to see

    Talk that talk.

  • It's clear that Momma Lynch needs to be protected at all costs

    She won the internet yesterday.

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