LaMichael James tweets 'I'd rather they just let me go', Twitter riot erupts from deep pits of Hades

Ezra Shaw

Oh hell, we've got more cryptic tweets from LaMichael James. The mysterious tweets perplexed us all. What could he talking about?

If you haven't already heard, LaMichael James tweeted and every single 49ers fan in the United States of America melted down over this tweet:

Personally, I found the whole Twitter riot pretty comical. It was a very cryptic tweet and logically fans are going to relate it to football. I do not doubt James wants more playing time. Frankly, I would be disappointed if he didn't. Who doesn't want to see a player crave more time on the field?

Within seconds, Twitter blew up. People were deducing every single return, every down and every plausible trade for James. People are always sure to mention James in their sudden dissatisfaction and like clockwork the customary rude responses to James ensued.

James subsequently advised:

Read it two or three times if you have to. James is saying people think all his tweets are about football, but as he has said before, they are not. As the self-proclaimed number one LaMichael James fan, it is my obligation to believe him. I can seriously think of a hundred different scenarios where this could apply. In fact, I took to Twitter and had a little fun with the cryptic tweet.

Yeah, everyone called me crazy, but I can come up with 100 more. Football is not the only plausible explanation. If all of twitter wants to go bananas over a tweet, so be it.

But, thank you Bay Area Sports Guy. He retweeted:

And there you have it!

I told you guys. LOL!

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