During the week, there was a slight exchange between NFL personality Annie Agar and Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill after the wide receiver seemed to make some flirtatious remarks. Agar participated in an IndyCar test when the Grand Prix of Long Beach came to California, and she commented on the velocity of the cars, drawing a comparison to how Hill must feel on the football field.
"This is how Tyreek Hill feels all the time isn’t it. never felt faster @IndyCar thanks so much for having me out! unreal experience," she wrote on Twitter.
Hill responded in a flirtatious manner.
"Annie if you want my number just say that," Hill replied along with a drooling emoji.
Annie if you want my number just say that ? https://t.co/tN2DKceoYw
— Ty Hill (@cheetah) April 18, 2023
Agar, who has gained popularity from her viral videos of "team meetings" on TikTok, had a hilarious response to Hill's tweet.
"Appreciate you man saw the video of that kid at your camp tho, looked like he already had your number," she tweeted back.
appreciate you man saw the video of that kid at your camp tho, looked like he already had your number??? https://t.co/RXcAX1WoQK
— Annie Agar (@AnnieAgar) April 19, 2023
Agar was alluding to a recent incident where a young camper caught Hill off guard. In response, Hill replied with a GIF of Paul Rudd's memorable moment from "Hot Ones."
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