connectVideoCleveland Browns’ Baker Mayfield seems to be staring in the former coach Hue Jackson
Cleveland Browns’ quarterback Baker Mayfield appears to have, looks down, former coach Hue Jackson after a successful pass with tight end David Njoku on a 66 yard catch and run that sealed the victory.
Chivalry is alive and well in Baker Mayfield’s book, recently that the Cleveland Browns quarterback publicly ask American Airlines about the reason why his fiance’s flight was enabled for her bachelorette party.
The 23-year-old Sooners football alum took to Twitter on Monday to call the airline for an alleged plan of an accident with his bride-to-be, Emily Wilkinson.
“Hey @AmericanAir, my fiance has her bachelorette party this weekend, y’all cancelled its direct flight… changed her ticket and the seat.. it is no longer non-stop,” Mayfield sounded off online. “I’m not sure how y’all do business, but I’m pretty sure that this is not how it’s supposed to go…. AND without a refund.”
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His post has since won more than 37,000 likes and resulted in more than 2,000 responses. Some Twittizens were quick to mock the #1 NFL draft pick complaining about the “ordinary people” problem, but the NFL pro gallantly held his ground in Wilkinson’s defense.
“Sorry, your fiance is being treated as any other human being,” a cynic smirked.
“Actually, I’m the one who is saying something to Tony… get lost. If I take care of her, I go. Is that so hard to understand? Chivalry is dead in your eyes,” Mayfield fired back.
“Can’t believe they did that to the future Mrs Baker Mayfield,” a jokester thought.
“Welcome to the world of us ordinary people Baker,” another agreed.
“This happens to regular people all the airlines all the time. They will be good,” one chimed in.
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“Baker, this doesn’t surprise me. They are the same people who allowed Kevin McCallister to board without a boarding pass, and without his parents,” another comic offered.
Meanwhile, reps for American Airlines quickly responded with the official understanding.
“We’re sorry for the schedule change. We can take a look at all the options available, if you meet us in DM the record locator, representatives of the carrier wrote Mayfield.
“You better slide in these DM’s then,” the funny QB responded with a winking emoji.
In the hours since the Heisman Trophy winner has apparently already moved from the incident – with only one drawback.
“HOW is EVERYONE DOING ON THIS beautiful MONDAY?! I’m doing great except for the fact that the football season need to hurry up,” Mayfield wrote, online.
“Not you, Tony,” he replied to a detractor.
Mayfield popped the question to his girlfriend in June 2018, reports TMZ.
A July wedding is planned, according to Wilkinson’s Instagram.
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