Kadarius Toney Claims He Was Hacked After Sending Vulgar Twitter Messages To Giants Fans

Kadarius Toney is coming off a Super Bowl win with the Kansas City Chiefs, but he still can’t stop getting worked about is old team.

Toney was the 20th pick of the 2021 NFL Draft to the New York Giants, but he never seemed to find his footing (and was always hurt) with the team and his tenure in New York ended in a year and a half.

Toney appeared in just five games as he was often injured, and despite a new front office trying to give him a fresh start, it didn’t work out. He was traded to Kansas City for a third and fifth-round pick last season. He played a huge role for the Chiefs en route to their victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl, catching a five-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter and also had a 65-yard punt return late in the game.

Last week, Toney went on a NSFW tirade against the new regime in East Rutherford, just when we all thought the drama between Toney and Big Blue was over. But Giants fans decided to troll the Chiefs receiver a bit, and Toney unleashed some more.


One Giants fan joked that Toney’s music was “trash” and he “misses” Daniel Jones, which is why he’s “mad.”

Toney appeared to respond with a threatening voice message at roughly 3 a.m., when he told the user to “pull up… or shut the f— up.”

The fan responded that Giants fans don’t miss “you sitting on the sideline all season,” noting his injuries while calling him a “bum b—-.”

“Get our p—- a– outta my DM unless you dropping a [address],” Toney appeared to reply.

Another Giants fan shared a DM, allegedly from Toney saying the user was “ugly as mf” and should “fokus on lipo and some other s— instead of me.”

Toney then tweeted that Giants fans should should tell Saquon Barkley to sign an extension instead of being “too worried” about him:

Immediately after the DMs went viral, Toney tweeted that he was “hacked.”

Toney’s rivalry with the Giants is nothing new, though – last month, he said his Super Bowl ring was going on his middle finger, saying it was for “everybody in New York.”

Toney admitted he “loves trolling” but said it’s deserved because the Giants fans “be trying to troll me.”

The Kansas City Chiefs are giving Toney a larger role this season and are hoping he can build off his Super Bowl appearance.