If there is anyone that knows a thing or two about the abuses of a social media comment section, it's former Texas A&M and Cleveland Brown quarterback Johnny Manziel.
Every time he posts a photo on Instagram, it quickly becomes littered with pleas for him to find the straight and narrow path with his life.
Monday, he decided to offer a few words of wisdom to President Donald Trump, for his Twitter activity.
Just over an hour after the first of Manziel's tweets about Trump posted, his Twitter page became unavailable to view with a message that said the page does not exist. Manziel's account was active again late Monday evening.
"Yo @POTUS even I know to stay away from the notifications section on twitter. [Expletive] will drive you crazy, lead the country and let them hate," Manziel posted on Twitter.
He went on to post a hashtag awarding Trump with the title of "Fastest Twitter Fingers In The Land."
Manziel took a joking shot at himself and his upcoming Super Bowl autograph appearance in Houston in relation to Trump's tweeting habits.
"Responds to everything that said about him when there is REAL [expletive] going on in the world. [Expletive] even dumber than selling Super Bowl Selfies," Manziel tweeted.
Stadium Signatures, the store hosting the signing, posted on its Facebook page that selfies with Manziel would cost $50 at the event. Manziel recently tweeted that he would not charge for fans to take a selfie with him at other Super Bowl appearances.
Twitter declined to comment on the reason for the unavailability of Manziel's page, citing privacy and security reasons.
Trump had shown his support for Manziel during the 2014 NFL Draft while Manziel waited for his name to be called.
Teams are making a big mistake not taking Johnny Manziel - he is going to be really good (and exciting to watch).— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 9, 2014