Honey Badger Day 7: He Tweets, Then Deletes - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Honey Badger Day 7: He Tweets, Then Deletes

What can I tell you about Tyrann Mathieu today? Well, Laron Landry, former LSU star and current behemoth for the New York Jets, called out Mathieu today. He said he tried to reach out to the Honey Badger several times before his dismissal from the football team, and that "you can't help someone who doesn't want to be helped."

There is not much else to report on Mathieu today, other than the fact that he made three tweets today, all of which have been deleted. The first one said mistakes are always forgivable if one has the courage to admit them. I don't think he's talking about that unfortunate comma. I think he's saying that he made a mistake and he is admitting it; therefore, opening the door for people to forgive him.

The second tweet, posted ten minutes later, says, "When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new life. I realized that the Lord doesn't work that way, he does everything for a reason." But it doesn't say what the reason is for the new life. I'm going to think about this one some more.

The third tweet was what the kids like to call a "shout-out" to Tiger Nation, but the most telling change on Mathieu's twitter account might be his new avatar. It used to be a picture of him in an LSU uniform, but today, it is yet a third epigram. "Be yourself," it reads... well, you can read it, talking about the inner voice and such and such.

But if he's removed his LSU picture, does that mean he's given up on the idea of returning to LSU? Of course, I have no idea.

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