Social media personality and former pro golfer Paige Spiranac is none to happy with her favorite team’s latest performance.
Spiranac is a huge fan of the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers and has been her whole life. Though many had them pegged as a Super Bowl contender, the Steelers laid a huge egg in the first round of the playoffs. The team dropped their opening round matchup against the Cleveland Browns last weekend by a score of 48-37. The Steelers were eliminated from the playoffs and have a long offseason ahead them as they regroup for the 2021 season.
Like any loyal football fan, Paige Spiranac is quite upset with her team’s loss and took to social media during the game to express her frustration. Though she grew up in Colorado, her parents are from Pittsburgh and bleed Steelers’ gold.
The golfer dropped numerous profanity-laced comments on social media as the Steelers fell behind the Browns early. Though they tried to mount a comeback, the early momentum for the Browns was too much for the team to overcome.
“LOL the Steelers are trash,” she tweets as the game went on. The tweet was one of her more “docile” ones as most of her posts were loaded with profanity and anger.
The model and golfer went on to announce her allegiance to the Buffalo Bills. In classic “Bills Mafia” fashion, Spiranac is asking for a table to smash through.
“I am now a Bills fan for the rest of the season. Give me a table to break,” Spiranac tweeted.
Paige Spiranac Calls Out Roethlisberger, Smith-Schuster
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster drew the specific ire of Spiranac for their performances.
“The last time I s**t talked Big Ben they won so that being said…Ben you suck,” she writes in the social media post. “Be Better.”
Smith-Schuster was another victim of Spiranac’s rage. In a tweet, she reference the receivers recent controversial dance moves.
“I swear if Juju ever dances or talks before a game again,” she says in a fire-breathing tone.
With her favorite team now out of contention, Spiranac says she will now root for the Buffalo Bills. The Bills will take on the Baltimore Raven this weekend. The winner advances to the AFC championship game.