Watch Kadarius Toney send NSFW message to the NY Giants after winning Super Bowl

Super Bowl LVII - Kansas City Chiefs v Philadelphia Eagles
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Come on, man... seriously? Everyone knows that the relationship between wideout Kadarius Toney and the NY Giants was less than perfect. Matter of fact, it was rocky from start to finish and it was yet another bone-headed move from Dave Gettleman.

The G-Men and Joe Schoen ended up trading him for a pair of draft picks, with one of them being sent to the Las Vegas Raiders for Darren Waller. Toney was thrilled to leave town, as he joined the Kansas City Chiefs and he helped the team win the Super Bowl.

All seemed forgotten there. Unfortunately, it looks like there's still beef. A new clip made its way to Twitter of Toney giving the Giants as a whole the middle finger while discussing his Super Bowl ring. Yeah, this is going to upset plenty of people in East Rutherford:

Kadarius Toney giving the Giants the middle finger on camera is a bad look

This is another example of Toney being quite immature. You think Chiefs general manager Brett Veach is going to be happy when he's informed that this clip has made its way to social media? Not a chance, and head man Andy Reid will likely be upset too.

Schoen and Brian Daboll are probably going to roll their eyes as well. With Toney, he simply could not stay healthy with the Giants, with his hamstring giving him issues on a consistent basis during his time in East Rutherford.

The Giants decided to move on from him, which was tough since he was a first-round pick not long ago. With Waller joining the Giants this offseason, it really felt like a win-win for the NY front office. At the time, no one knew that the Toney trade would result in the former Pro Bowl TE joining Big Blue.

He did and Giants fans can't wait to see what he'll be able to get done while working with Daniel Jones in 2023. NY moving on from Toney felt like the right call for both sides. Toney ended up celebrating a Super Bowl win. Hey, good for him, but let's show a little class here.

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