The former WWE star JBL sent a series of tweets in the late night at Cody Rhodes, one who said he would kill the wratler – but Layfield has never been abused to drink too much could.
In case you miss the misery … JBL also has Twitter that Cody is a tool, not in his company and he's Rhodos every day in a match (even though he's running).
Friday morning, Layfield changes his tune. "When I was night with Cody night and said I would kill Cody Rhodes, I would not, of course, mean that literally," he wrote on Twitter. "It was an arbitrary choice of words, I go back with him and his family and I was just talking in" I'm talking smack. "I ask for this bad choice."
Adding, "I did not mean crashing for Dusty, it's a bit like the elbow of cowboys win, my birthday, smacking and biting."
Public figures, here is a tip: Drink not and tweet. It is usually not good.