Tyreek Hill shows stunning lack of self awareness with latest TikTok (Video)

In a recent TikTok video, Kansas City Chiefs star Tyreek Hill decided to poke fun at hitting a woman and it was a horrific decision. 

While there’s no denying that Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is one of the best wideouts and fastest guys in the league, he may want to get off social media for a little while. His most recent post is making headlines and for all of the wrong reasons.

In a TikTok video, Hill decided it would be funny to post a clip of him faking he was hitting a woman. Come on, dude. What in the world was he thinking?

Kansas City Chiefs star Tyreek Hill should be embarrassed about his new TikTok video

As soon as Brett Veach and Andy Reid see this clip, there’s no question they’re going to be shaking their heads in disgust. Remember, Hill was previously arrested on domestic violence charges against his pregnant girlfriend in 2014 while he was at Oklahoma State. Hill was kicked off the team for the Cowboys and closed out his career at West Alabama.

In 2019, there was then a child abuse investigation against Hill. His son, three at the time, suffered a broken arm. Audio of a conversation between Hill and his then fiancee made its way to social media, which resulted in the Chiefs suspending the speedster indefinitely soon after.

Hill has stayed out of trouble for a little while now, but joking about domestic violence on social media is truly the last thing he should be doing. The fact that he thought this was a good idea is even more concerning. Hill should expect a call from his GM or head coach in the near future, if it hasn’t already happened. He simply has to make better decisions than this.

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