This is somewhat amusing. The blowback he got when he tweeted pics of himself gambling, dancing with what looked like a stripper, etc. didn't convince him to suspend his Twitter account. But the blowback from Buckeye Nation did. I'm not sure what to say...
"For me, Twitter is good. You can get a lot of information out," the Texas A&M quarterback said. "But it can also be bad as well, with everything you do on there taken in a different context than what it may be. So it's kind of a double-edged sword."
Manziel called something he didn't do "the last straw." After spending much of the weekend away from the social media platform, he said he was surprised to discover Monday afternoon that Ohio State fans were angry at him, thinking he had tweeted insults toward Buckeyes guard Aaron Craft. Manziel said the tweets were faked.
He tweeted: "Aaron Craft is easily one of my favorite players in the tourney all these tweets are FALSE. Kid has lockdown D& kept his team alive #respect"
And then, @JManziel2 went dark. Although he hasn't suspended the account, he deleted the Twitter app from his smartphone