JuJu Smith-Schuster got beat up and bullied by the Bengals to 'let him know where he stands' after he danced on their logo for TikTok
Cincinnati Bengal Safety Vonn Bell scored a massive hit against Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster and forced a fumble in the first quarter of their Monday night football game.
Steeler's broad receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster films TikToks as he dances on the logos of his opponents before the away games.
On Monday evening, the 24-year-old paid for it with a tough game.
The Bengals then insulted him on Twitter by calling him the "Pittsburgh TikTok Star" and suggested that they deliberately target Smith-Schuster for his antics.
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Cincinnati Bengal Safety Vonn Bell scored a massive hit for the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver who forced a fumble in the first quarter of his soccer game on Monday night. Bell hinted that the bulldozing was supposed to punish Smith-Schuster for his social media antics.
Smith-Schuster, a 24-year-old USC star, is one of the most active professional athletes on social media. He took over TikTok by posting videos of himself in the locker room, the gym and - most notoriously - on his opponents' midfield logos before away games.
Prior to this week's Bengals-Steelers matchup, Bell described Smith-Schuster as "young minded" to press officials but said dancing on rivals' logos was "kind of disrespectful at the end of the day."
JuJu Smith-Cobbler. Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports
"But they're at the top right now, so you can't really say anything right now," said Bell, according to The Athletic's Jay Morrison. "We just have to get out of there, between the lines, get out and hit him and let him know where he is."
Smith-Schuster ignored Bell's warning, shared a TikTok who was dancing on a 50-yard stadium in Paul Brown Stadium and tucking a soccer ball into the tiger-striped "B" on the 50-yard line.
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Bell must have seen the clip before kick-off and reacted accordingly in order to fully interpret it. The team celebrated on Twitter by simply referring to Smith-Schuster as the "Pittsburgh TikTok Star" as they shared the replay:
Here's a closer look at the hit and Bell's reaction:
And after the game, Bell confirmed that there was a little more momentum behind that hit because Smith-Schuster was on the receiving end. In his post-game press conference, Bell revealed that he was inspired to power it up because "I saw 19," Smith-Schuster's number.
The Bengals upset Pittsburgh at 27:17 that night, extending the Steelers' losing streak to three games and putting Smith-Schuster's squad at risk of giving up their now close lead at AFC North.
Cincinnati remains last in the division with a 3-10-1 record. Although Bell and the Bengals have already been eliminated from the playoffs, they will now be preparing to face the Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens to end the season.
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