Stefon Diggs shares a fitting lyric from The Weeknd on Twitter
By Adam Carlson
From a fan standpoint, the situation involving Stefon Diggs and the Minnesota Vikings is a confusing one. The standout wide receiver became a household name following the Minneapolis Miracle and he had just finished back-to-back seasons with over 1,000 yards, making things look good for his future with the team.
However, things didn’t look like they were good behind the scenes. Diggs seemed unhappy with his role in Minnesota and questions about his relationships with surrounding players had his every comment become dissected and interpreted on social media, baffling and frustrating fans.
Last night, the former Vikings pass-catcher shared another Twitter post that is bound to get under the skin of Minnesota fans even though the words from it are not his own. Here is the tweet:
The words Stefon Diggs shared from The Weeknd
This might be one of the most appropriate song lyrics Stefon Diggs has ever shared. Those who enjoy the music of Super Bowl Halftime Show artist The Weekend will recognize those lyrics from the song “Tell Your Friends” off the 2015 album Beauty Behind the Madness.
“Last year I did all the politicin’. This year I’m all focused on the vision.” Those words fit very well considering the lead-up and execution of the Vikings trading Diggs to the Buffalo Bills. Diggs did appear to be doing quite a bit of politicking during that time, especially on social media through vague posts and sharing other song lyrics.
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While it would have been nice to have a version of Stefon Diggs that was ‘focused on the vision’ while he was wearing purple and gold, it’s nice that he seems happy and focused in Buffalo while Minnesota fans should be pretty happy with what the team was able to do with the draft picks acquired from dealing Diggs to the Bills.