VIDEO: Aubrey Huff's Pathetic NSFW Response to Marcus Stroman Proves He Needs to Be Banned From Twitter

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

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.

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.