Florida players have Twitter beef over “Minions” movie

Ah, there’s nothing like having a good old Twitter beef over a children’s movie. That is exactly what is going on between one of the nation’s top defensive backs and his teammate.

College Spun shared a Twitter exchange between Florida players Vernon Hargreaves III and Latroy Pittman where they seemed to get upset with each other when the former brought up Pittman going to see a movie without him. The problem is that the movie they were arguing over was Minions.

Yes, Minions. The spin-off movie from the Despicable Me franchise. I can’t really blame the two guys for getting upset over not going to see the movie together. It is actually quite comical.

Sitting here wondering why the best DB in the nation would leave me out to dry like yesterday's laundry ๐Ÿ˜‘ @_VH3

— Latroy Pittman (@Pitt_2time) August 1, 2015

https://twitter.com/_VH3/status/627530182203551745

Been knowing the guy for 3 years strong but the longer we proceed seems the less we get done ๐Ÿ˜  @_VH3

— Latroy Pittman (@Pitt_2time) August 1, 2015

I know they tell you bonds u make in college will will last a life time, this barely went to halftime sheeesh ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ณ @_VH3

— Latroy Pittman (@Pitt_2time) August 1, 2015

https://twitter.com/_VH3/status/627533910801522688

https://twitter.com/_VH3/status/627533910851891200

We were suppose see minions but he went all cold stone on me I'll take two scoops please ๐Ÿฆ now that's what I call a chill pill shessh @_VH3

— Latroy Pittman (@Pitt_2time) August 1, 2015

It looks like these guys were just having some fun with each other, but it was still pretty funny to see the guys get upset with each other over a children’s film. Fortunately, things seem that they will be smoother over once training camp gets started.

The Florida Gators open the season by hosting New Mexico State on September 5.

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