HOUSTON — Houston Texans star J.J. Watt took exception to a Twitter person who criticized him utilizing a tweet of his grieving the lack of his great-grandmother Sunday night time.
Watt posted a message Sunday in regards to the passing of his great-grandmother saying: “Relaxation peacefully stunning soul. Thanks for being the guiding gentle of our household for thus a few years. 101 years is a really outstanding run. We love you Nice-Grandma. You can be perpetually missed.”
Then a Twitter user with the handle “MAMA_NISHIA” copied a hyperlink to Watt’s tweet about his great-grandmother and added the message, “Missed like these Hurricane Harvey funds,” taking a shot on the Texans star’s distribution of Harvey-related funding that was raised following the 2017 hurricane.
The post received almost 800 comments since being posted.
Within minutes of the tweet, Watt then copied a link to the poster’s response with the message: “Thanks for being so thoughtful on a put up in regards to the demise of my great-grandmother. Should you care to take even half a second to click on on my web page, you’d see the top “pinned” tweet (since August) that explains precisely the place/how the funds are getting used. Have an awesome day.”
Watt’s response has been re-tweeted and liked more than 13,000 times as of early Monday morning.
The Twitter user even retweeted Watt’s tweet.