NFL Prospect Nick Bosa Deletes MAGA Tweets: "I Can End in San Francisco"
The potential NFL draft pick Bosa has recently cleaned up his Twitter account of all political messages and not fully in the people of San Francisco. Bosa tweeted regularly about his support for President Trump and his contempt for former quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Nick Bosa, on the verge of American Nick Bosa, was crowned second overall by the San Francisco 49ers during the NFL's draft on Thursday, but some fans were not happy with The election fell on the controversial Social -Media story of the player.
-year-old Bosa told ESPN earlier this month that he had cleaned up his Twitter account of the political tweets he wrote. The athlete tweeted regularly about his support for President Trump and his contempt for former 49er Advanced Activist, Colin Kaepernick. He told the media company that he had deleted those tweets for fear that the city of San Francisco might not be fully hugged if drafted by the West Coast team.
NFL DESIGN PROSPECT NICK BOSA TREATS POLITICAL NEWS ABOUT CHANCES "I had to," Bosa told ESPN. "There's a chance I'll end up in San Francisco."
Screenshots of Bosas Tweets showed that he called Kaepernick "a clown".
After the 49er group decided on Bosa, social media users went to Twitter to discuss the decision.
Jemele Hill, former ESPN host, tweeted, "So my 49ers took Nick Bosa with them …" It contained a meme image of a Cleveland Cavaliers fan who looked frustrated.
I've been a fan for over 30 years but have failed after the league you've been involved in has helped [Kaepernick] out of the league [Colin]but now I'm in with the draft of [Nick Bosa] finished and the character and unity are no longer important to you. "A social media user wrote .
"A Niners fan since the days of Jerry Rice and Joe Montana. I was hyped because they designed it. But it seems like Nick Bosa just deleted them because he knew the 49s would pick him. I do not think many fans or players of San Francisco 49ers will agree, "said a tweet .
"49ers fans after deciding on Nick Bosa," wrote a tweet with a gif
Some future Bosa teammates welcomed him to the squad.
Solomon Thomas tweeted: "Excited to join the D-Line !!"
"Welcome to the squad!" Let's go! "Linebacker Kwon Alexander wrote.
Bosa said at a press conference following the draft, he was" excited "to be part of the team.
" It's a historic franchise, they know how to win and I think they are on the right track and I'm thrilled to be part of it, "he said.
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. Bosa's older brother, Joey, plays for the Los Angeles Chargers and was named 2016 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.
Ryan Gaydos of Fox News contributed to this report.