Jeremy Shockey Posted Warren Sapp's Bankruptcy Papers On Social Media After A Super Unfortunate Mail Mixup
YardBarker- Shockey and Sapp have been publicly going at it off and on since 2012, when Sapp accused Shockey of being the whistleblower in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal. Shockey responded by attacking Sapp’s character. More recently, Shockey mocked Sapp when the Hall of Famer was arrested on some embarrassing charges.
They say revenge is a dish best served cold, and it doesn't get any colder than posting a man's bankruptcy papers on the internet for all to see. I absolutely love that Jeremy Shockey had to be told that going through someone else's mail - never mind broadcasting a picture of the contents to the entire world - was illegal before deleting his tweet, but common sense is no friend of true vengeance. Almost can't even blame J-Shock for tearing into that letter like he was a kid on Christmas. Life isn't some heartfelt, straight-to-cable movie about doing the right thing. You don't have the ultimate retribution placed in the palm of your hand then immediately hop in the car and drive it over to it's proper owner. You rip that shit open and find the quickest way possible for it to reach the most amount of people, so Twitter it is.
I don't know how Jeremy Shockey ended up with Warren Sapp's mail, and - quite frankly - I don't care. I just know that this is just another reminder not to throw stones when you live in a glass house. Warren Sapp threw his last rock by trying to accuse Jeremy Shockey of being the primary snitch in the BountyGate scandal, and he left himself vulnerable and accessible with a list of transgressions that would make Pacman Jones blush. I have to assume it was nothing more than fate that brought Warren Sapp's most embarrassing of parcels to the morally compromised hands of his sworn enemy. It's either that or Sapp sold his previous residence to someone whose image he tried to publicly tarnish and then forgot to change his mailing address. That might even be too dumb for the guy that openly admitted to multiple counts of soliciting prostitutes, but I would have to check my sources to say so definitively.