The former WWE star, JBL, published a series of tweets at night directed to Cody Rhodes, one of whom said he had to kill the fighter, but Layfield has apologized now, admitting that drank many.
If he did not … JBL also commented that Cody is a tool, not in his league and could beat Rhodes any day in a match (although he is retired).
On Friday morning, however, Layfield changed his melody. "He had fun with Cody last night and said he would kill Cody Rhodes, evidently I did not mean that," he wrote on Twitter. "It was a very bad choice of words, I go back with him and his family and I was just talking in a joke in a sense of professional struggle. I apologize for this bad choice of words."
Adding: "I did not mean anything about Dusty. That's what happens when a Cowboys winner, my birthday, speaks a mixture of sugar and sugar."
Public figures, here is an advice: do not drink or tweet. Normally it does not end well.