Bill Belichick has made no secret of his disdain for social media. In past press conferences when asked about social media, he has comedically deflected any questions having to do with the subject by referring to fictional social media sites, such as ‘MyFace,’ ‘YourFace’ and ‘InstaFace.’
During an interview with Boston radio station WEEI, the subject of social media came up when Belichick was asked to give his thoughts about Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin’s postgame locker room speech that was posted in real time on Facebook Live by All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown. During the speech, Tomlin called the Patriots ‘assholes,’ and said the Steelers ‘We’ll be ready for that ass.’
True to form, Belichick didn’t take the bait, but instead dismissed the controversy in his own special deadpan fashion. He explained he hadn’t seen the video because he doesn’t have an account on ‘SnapFace,’ or the ever popular ‘InstantChat.’
“Well as you know, I’m not on SnapFace and all that, so I don’t really get those, but I’m really just worried about getting our team ready to go. I’m not really too worried about what they’re, what they put on InstantChat, or whatever.”
Bill Belichick, the king of all social media trolls.
AUDIO: Belichick sobre el insulto de Tomlin en Facebook: “No tengo SnapFace, así que no se de eso, mi enfoque es prepararnos” pic.twitter.com/sd0YKugti9
— Juan Carlos Sanchez (@JCSanchezTV) January 16, 2017