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The many that know Aubrey Huff on the surface, know him as a world champion baseball player who’s a noted loose cannon, controversial and doesn’t have a problem telling the world what he thinks. They know him as pro-God, pro-America, pro-gun and pro-masculinity. His unafraid matter of being doesn’t come from hate, but from love. — Aubrey Huff (@aubreyhuff) February 9, 2020 In a tweet Huff had the sense to delete, he wrote talked about invading Iran and kidnapping women from the country. 265.1k Followers, 378 Following, 908 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Aubrey Huff (@huffdaddy76).

On Wednesday night, NBA superstar LeBron James deleted an extremely controversial tweet he posted in reaction to the police shooting of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant.

LeBron’s tweet featured a picture of Columbus police officer Nicholas Reardon who shot Bryant for holding a knife during a physical confrontation with another teen. The tweet read “YOU’RE NEXT #ACCOUNTABILITY” and included an hourglass emoji before he decided to take it down because he felt it was used to “create more hate.”

LeBron posted a photo of the policeman who killed Ma’Khia Bryant saying “you’re next (to be held accountable)”, then deleted the tweet because “(the tweet) is being used to create more hate”. pic.twitter.com/FnYb493wy1

— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) April 22, 2021

LeBron immediately faced backlash from not only politicians like Ted Cruz and Tom Cotton over the tweet but also got called out by athletes including former MLB player Aubrey Huff and UFC fighter Colby Covington who felt the shooting was justified and that the NBA superstar was putting the officer’s life in danger.

Hey @KingJames go fuck yourself for doxing a police officer for just doing his job.

I’d bet if that was your son about to get stabbed you’d be singing a different tune you piece of shit!

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You’re a huge reason the @NBA is down 80% in viewership within the last year. 🖕🏼

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3 inch purdy paint brush. — Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) April 21, 2021

Today is the day when @KingJames legacy will be irrelevant to most all Americans.

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May want to move to China fuck stick!

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— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) April 22, 2021

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Painting targets on the backs of innocent officers is so brave and courageous @KingJames! You’re a real hero… to the people’s republic of China 🇨🇳

— Colby Covington (@ColbyCovMMA) April 22, 2021

Former MLB player Aubrey Huff responds to Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman on Twitter.

Former MLB player and World Series champion Aubrey Huff has been in the middle of a social media beef with Mets pitcher Marcus Stroman. Huff has been outspoken against the NASCAR-Bubba Wallace situation, in which a noose was seen hanging in the driver's garage, claiming the whole situation is a hoax. While nothing came of the FBI investigation surrounding the incident, both Stroman and Huff have still been going at it via Twitter. Huff posted a two-minute video on his profile in response to Stroman calling him a racist for being unreasonably argumentative regarding the sensitive situation.

I’m tired of being called a racist because I can think for myself. You just assasinated my character on a public platform @STR0. I’m coming for you! @[email protected]#BubbaSmollettpic.twitter.com/JBHWgRveRo

— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) June 24, 2020

Yikes. This is not a good look for Huff. While Stroman and others from MLB Twitter have called out Huff’s previous mishaps on Twitter, this video does not help to dig Huff out of the hole he's already in.

To make matters worse, when Stroman questioned if Huff is a racist, Huff gave a response that did not help his case whatsoever.

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Come on bro I hit way more home runs off white guys than black guys. @STR0#[email protected]://t.co/VgfpwZ4Vdf

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— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) June 23, 2020

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Taking time out of your day to make a two-minute video going off on a rant that does not make much sense is already a problem. Calling out an All-Star pitcher and saying, “I’m coming for you,” is not the best way to end this video. Huff needs to get it together, or someone needs to just take his phone away so we don’t have to hear this nonsense.