Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Florida State QB Jameis Winston has been getting a lot of flack for the way he speaks after his emotionally charged postgame speech on ESPN Monday night. Today Winston took to Twitter to defend himself...
quote:

Jameis Winston
@Jaboowins
For the people that criticize the way that I talk this is for y'all. The Florida state Seminoles are national champions! That is all.
Here's the speech in case you didn't see it...

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Comments

17 Comments
This is a year old why is is showing on the news feed?
Reply33 months
He's a Kid that just won the biggest game of his life you turds!!!
Reply33 months
They tries to tells me I be not the smartest, but I sayz I be the champions
Reply36 months
They tries to tells me I be not the smartest, but I sayz I be the champions
Reply36 months
frick her right in the pussy!
Reply36 months
The kid is a great football player and won an NC. That being said, he should probably stay away from the mic. This isn't a dialect difference. There is correct english and there is gutteral gibberish. Winston speaks gibberish. Defend it as 'dialect' all you want, but its just poor english.
Reply44 months
That may have been a bad postgame speech in 1950, but not by 2014's standands.

Sir Jameis Winston Churchill!!
Reply44 months
It's not the dialect that annoys me, it's the overhyped, overplayed emotion about everything, preacher style. He sounds like he's in church trying to get the congregation riled up...it's annoying but probably how he was raised. Attribute everything that happens (good or bad) to the mysterious "God". There are no random acts.
Reply44 months
He spoke from his heart and praised God and spoke highly of his coach. I don't care what dialect he used.
Reply44 months
J.WINSTON did great ......
Reply44 months
I don't see anything wrong with what or how he said anything.
Reply44 months
He's just hyped up after a big win. Nothing wrong with that interview. Not like they gave him time to write it out or anything. He's just running on adrenaline and saying what came to mind.
Reply44 months
Y'all trippin'
Reply44 months
I have seen and heard far worse. Whatever you do, don't listen to the post game interview of LSU players with Gordy.
Reply44 months
I have heard much worse..
Reply44 months
Praise to God . . . praise to his cousin in Afghan . . . praise to his coach (and son) . . . who cares about a few misplaced consonants, conjunctions, etc.? The kid's jacked!
Reply44 months
Merriam Webster couldn't save Jameis
Reply44 months
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