The former WWE star JBL yesterday announced a series of tweets with Cody Rhodes, among which he also said he would kill a wrestler, but Layfield now apologized and admitted he copied too much.
If you missed it … JBL also wrote that Cody was a tool, not in his league, and that he could beat Rhodes (even though he was retired) every day in the race.
On Friday morning, Layfield changed the melody. "It was a party with Cody last night and said I would kill Cody Rhodes; I'm obviously not thinking that so literally," he wrote on Twitter. "It was a very poor choice of words, I go back with him and his family and I just spoke with a sense of prowess. I apologize for this poor choice of words."
Add, "I did not mean Dusty's disrespect. That's what happens when I say goodbye to the winner of Cowboys, my birthday, mixed text and a mixture of alcohol."
Public numbers, here's a hint: Do not drink and do not tweet. Usually it does not end well.