Jayson Tatum was elated to see the Bruins go down in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.
After the Blues dominated the Bruins by a score of 4-1, the Celtics forward wasted no time posting a celebratory tweet.
Tatum is a St. Louis native, so rooting for his hometown team against the B's is perfectly acceptable. Still, it's safe to say the 21-year-old's elation ticked some Boston fans off.
TRADE HIM NOW
— airJaylen (@stephencarp860) June 13, 2019
I hope you get traded
— peter (@_PBrady24_) June 13, 2019
Leave BOSTON NOW. pic.twitter.com/mlyNzRi0wh
— PIP MAN PIP MAN YEAH THAT'S ME📉 (@KCTNT) June 13, 2019
not now jayson
— Craig MacDonald (@CraigAaronMacD) June 13, 2019
Not a good look and I am here for it.
— Trevor Bailey (@TPain151) June 13, 2019
After likely getting a fair share of angry responses to his tweet, Tatum took to Instagram to explain why he's staying loyal to St. Louis despite being a part of the Boston sports fraternity.
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