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Old 07-12-2016, 12:50 PM   #1
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NFL player's wife blasts Dolphins owner over 'Jew buddies'

Just when you thought the wife of former Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes couldn't stoop any lower, she quickly proves you wrong.

Miko Grimes, who disparaged the Dolphins and quarterback Ryan Tannehill on Twitter last season, took to the social media platform again over the weekend, calling out team owner Stephen Ross for keeping his "Jew buddies" employed.

The Big Lead was first to report the expletive-filled Twitter conversation Grimes started on Sunday.

Although Grimes' initial tweets professed how Kobe Bryant was better than LeBron James and Shaquille O'Neal, it soon evolved into a rant against Tannehill.

kobe fans are different. they remind me of ryan tannehill fans. both are super stupid but at least kobe was a baller. tannehill is a !</p>-- Miko Grimes (@iHeartMiko) July 11, 2016 Grimes then claims the Dolphins will never be good as long as Ross owns the team, Mike Tannenbaum continues to be general manager and Ryan Tannehill is the quarterback.

Grimes forgets that Tannenbaum is not the Dolphins general manager and is, in fact, the team's Executive Vice President of Football Operations. Mike Grier operates as the franchise's GM.

Things took a real turn for the worse when Grimes attacked the religious affiliation of Ross and Tannebaum, saying "Gotta respect ross for keeping his jew buddies employed."

Gotta respect ross for keeping his jew buddies employed but did he not see how tannenbaum put the jets in the dumpster w/that sanchez deal?š?¤?</p>-- Miko Grimes (@iHeartMiko) July 11, 2016 Ross admitted that Grimes' behavior while her All-Pro husband was with the Dolphins led to the decision to cut him. Brent Grimes eventually signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Along with the Twitter attack against her husband's teammates, Miko Grimes was also arrested outside Dolphins Stadium for resisting arrest. Those charges were eventually reduced.

When Brent Grimes signed with the Bucs, Miko had allegedly pledged to stay off Twitter. A pledge that apparently carried no weight.

The Glazer family that owns Buccaneers are also Jewish. According to Pro Football Talk, the Bucs have no official comment on Grimes' tweets.

People really think i care about their feelings. Like they really think im gonna sympathize. Im rude as so why do u think id care?š???</p>-- Miko Grimes (@iHeartMiko) July 11, 2016



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