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DeAndre Hopkins accused of flipping-off Trump stans in his Ferrari

'Solidified his HOF status.'

 

Kahron Spearman

Internet Culture

Published Oct 26, 2020

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins had time before his game on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. As he drove past a full caravan of President Donald Trump supporters on Arizona’s I-10 highway, the all-pro apparently gave them two middle fingers as he drove by in his Ferrari.

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Twitter exploded with photos of the Clemson alum, with a few Trump supporters accusing the NFL star of recklessly driving his Ferrari alongside the caravan by weaving in and out of the line.

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One woman decided to call Hopkins a “TURD.”

However, many people either became Hopkins fans or solidified their fandom after his alleged act.

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Arizona’s Department of Public Safety, the NFL, nor the Cardinals organization has released a statement about the incident. He would amass 103 yards on 10 catches to lead Arizona to an overtime win over the Seahawks.

The 28-year-old was traded to the Cardinals from the Houston Texans in March for oft-injured David Johnson and a future second-round pick.

Already one of the game’s elite talents, @AndrewLeezus is ready to take Hopkins’ greatness a step further.

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He tweeted: “DeAndre Hopkins swerving his Ferrari in the middle of a Trump Train drive and flipping off MAGA people officially makes him the best WR in the game. Solidified his HOF status.”


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*First Published: Oct 26, 2020, 12:11 pm CDT