But Smith-Schuster is upset now, as someone has stolen his bike.
♂️♂️ MY BIKE GOT STOLEN WHY PEOPLE GOT TO BE LIKE THAT?? pic.twitter.com/W01q63IY0d
— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) October 24, 2017
Smith-Schuster explained in a video last month that he rides his bike everywhere; he doesn’t have a driver’s license or car. Without his bike, he was walking to the team facility Tuesday.
Twitter, of course, has a theory as to who the culprit is: his teammate, Martavis Bryant.
Or, as someone on Twitter noted via meme:
Bryant be like pic.twitter.com/wIOCmDwzSI
— Becca (@protectedbycas) October 24, 2017
But another member of the Pittsburgh receiving corps, Antonio Brown, has his teammate’s back. Brown is offering two tickets to a Steelers game to whoever returns Smith-Schuster’s bike to the team facility.
RETURN JUJU'S BIKE pic.twitter.com/9absUy9syg
— Antonio Brown (@AB84) October 24, 2017
If you live in Pittsburgh, be on the lookout for JuJu’s bike.
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