Antonio Cromartie Deletes Twitter Page So We Can All Have Fun

There are a lot of ways you can interpret Cromartie’s last Tweet.

Twitter isn’t for everyone and Cromartie has stirred up some controversy for several of his Tweets in the past, so maybe he just doesn’t want to put his foot in his mouth anymore.

Ironically, Cromartie deleted his Twitter the same day that Terrell Owens went on Dr. Phil with his multiple baby mamas to argue over Child Support and being a good father.

It led to T.O. looking like this.

T.O. has 4 kids by 4 women, Cromartie has 10 kids by 8 women. Hope he watched T.O. and does a good job managing his finances during his last years in the league, so he isn’t the next contestant on that Dr. Phil screen.

Cromartie is now happily married to his wife Terricka (some of her photos below).

Just to think if he never did this on Hard Knocks casual fans maybe would have never learned about Cromartie Kids.

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