CJ Spiller apologizes for calling player 'fag'

Bills rookie running back CJ Spiller doesn't just need English lessons, he needs some sensitivity training too. He directed the f-bomb on Twitter at a former teammate last week and then quickly "apologized." See if you can understand what he's talking about. First he posted this at Eagles defensive end Ricky Sapp:

Keep my name out ur mouth fag.

He has since removed the 'fag' tweet from his account. Then Spiller dropped this...

Before everyone jump to conclusion me n sapp are former teammates n always get into it...

...before adding this gem:

...it’s not bad blood dat y’all have mannn.

"It's not bad blood dat y'all have mannn." Translation anyone?

Someone obviously told him that wasn't going to cut it, so he tried again:

I wanna apologize for using dat derogatory term to any1 that I may have offended I am truly sorry that was out of my character. God bless

Then came this non-apology, in which he dismisses what he said and apologizes for "the situation."

Me and Ricky are best friends and we always joke around on there, but I shouldn't have said what I said. If anybody knew how me and Ricky play around on Twitter, pretty much knows that we were just joking and didn't mean any harm. I apologize for the situation.

Unfortunately, Spiller did not apologize for his third-grade English.

Maybe if Spiller was still the starting running back of his team he wouldn't have time to drop expletives on Twitter.

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