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Miko Grimes cannot keep the Dolphins out of her mouth

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Brent Grimes may be a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but his wife Miko clearly still has not moved on from the Miami Dolphins.

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You would think, now that Brent Grimes is with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his wife, Miko, would be turning her attention to the new start her husband has on Florida’s west coast. But, Miko cannot seem to keep the Dolphins out of her mouth.

Constantly outspoken, Miko went on another Twitter rant about the Dolphins, quarterback Ryan Tannehill, and, apparently, the “Jew friends” of owner Stephen Ross.

The rant started with Miko decided that her discussion about whether Shaquille O’Neal or Kobe Bryant was the better player, needed to compare Kobe fans to Tannehill fans:

(By the way....none of this is PG rated, given it is coming from Miko).

She then took a break for a little while, but could not help but come back to trashing the Dolphins:

Then, things suddenly took a strange turn as Miko focused her rants on Stephen Ross, and they suddenly become anti-semitic:

She then tried to justify her ranting to her new “fans” (read: Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans who follow her because she is married to Brent):

Of course, after apparently looking to insult the owner of the Dolphins and his friends by describing them as “Jews,” Miko may want to realize that Buccaneers owner Malcom Glazer is Jewish, and, as Pro Football Talk pointed out, the Glazer family has made major contributions to Jewish community centers in the past.

Maybe the “Jew” description is only meant as an insult if she is using it toward the Dolphins, given we won’t hear anything of this type when she is talking about Tampa.

Miko was still not done, however, jumping back on Twitter to continue the rant as this was being written:

So, Miko is not racist, she only wanted to offend two people by using the term “Jew” as an insult. That must make it okay. Clearly, though, Miko understands how all these “soft” people can be offended.