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Kevin Durant, along with his current campaign with the Brooklyn Nets, has been part of multiple controversies or scandals on Twitter. The two-time NBA champion is vocal about his opinion on social media, which often draws trouble. The most recent was a Kevin Durant Shannon Sharpe feud, which escalated as both celebrities took direct digs at each other.

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Odell Beckham Jr. was trending on Twitter during the Cleveland Browns' 24-22 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Christmas Day, as quarterback Baker Mayfield threw four interceptions. Beckham Jr., now a member of the Los Angles Rams, struggled while on the Browns in recent years and much of the blame was placed on Mayfield by fans.

Later, Durant revealed that Sharpe had blocked him on Twitter with a "but I'm sensitive" tweet. Sharpe even responded to some comments later on. In the end, he called Durant out again, stating that the Nets star knows where he is found, and they can sort out their difference out of the public eye. (Source: www.republicworld.com)

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Kevin Durant, along with his current campaign with the Brooklyn Nets, has been part of multiple controversies or scandals on Twitter. The two-time NBA champion is vocal about his opinion on social media, which often draws trouble. The most recent was a Kevin Durant Shannon Sharpe feud, which escalated as both celebrities took direct digs at each other.

Shannon Sharpe usually engages himself in discussions with Skip Bayless, often giving controversial opinions about athletes. However, Sharpe recent quoted Durant indirectly, something the Nets star immediately called out. It came from a tweet, which spoke about Durant declaring himself the best player for having beaten LeBron James in the Finals twice. It started when Sharpe questioned Metcalf's decision to try to gain more yards rather than go out of bounds late in Sunday's 23-20 overtime loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Metcalf fumbled the ball on the play, and although the Seahawks recovered, it was initially ruled that they didn't spike ball in time to set up for a game-tying field goal. (Source: bleacherreport.com)

 

 

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