Katherine Webb, Dee Dee McCarron say they’re not racists after Jameis Winston Twitter tiff


Who would have ever imagined Alabama fans being sore losers in defense of the Auburn Tigers? This certainly appears to be the case as graduating quarterback AJ McCarron’s mom and famous girlfriend Katherine Webb have come under fire for critical tweets about FSU Heisman-winning quarterback Jameis Winston.

Following last night’s unforgettable finale to the season and the BCS era, Dee Dee McCarron sent out a tweet as an excited and emotional Winston answered questions immediately after leading the Seminoles to a last-minute victory over Auburn in front of a crowd of over 90,000 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

She wrote:

Dee Dee McCarron tweet

Almost immediately the outspoken sports mom started getting hammered for the comment, with many insinuating that the sentiment carried racial undertones. Just for a clear picture of what she was reacting to, here’s Winston’s interview in question:

Dee Dee McCarron deleted the tweet shortly after posting it and later addressed her critics with another:


McCarron openly expressed her rooting interest in Auburn leading up to the title game, especially pulling for their star running back Tre Mason. Dee Dee’s son AJ was a runner-up to Jameis Winston in this year’s Heisman voting.

Adding fuel to the fire, AJ’s famous girlfriend and former Miss Alabama, Katherine Webb, favorited a tweet that was even more direct than Dee Dee McCarron’s. The tweet read, “Jameis Winston needs to learn sign language to communicate because listening to him attempt to speak English is just insulting.”

When Webb was called out on this she replied with the following:


I totally understand the sometimes irrational motivations of a sports fan but for AJ’s mom to delete her tweet and then for AJ’s girl to call those who challenged her “stupid” because her action was an “accident” kind of sounds, at best, like sour grapes to me.

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  • Just saying

    FYI Starcasm, Katherine Webb never called “those who challenged her ‘stupid”‘. She said “The idea that I am a racist is absolutely stupid”

  • Charla

    He did not sound bad to me at all. I guess they are a family of sore losers! He sounded winded from just playing the biggest game of his life and happened to stumble over some words. Not everyone went to the best of schools and speak proper grammar 100% of the time. Look at any reality show and you will see this spreads across every race!

  • Mrs C.

    Ahhh he is so happy and proud of his team! I loved his interview, he seems like such a good boy! Parents did a good job with him, now those other two, they need a lesson is sportsmanship! Sore losers and racist tweeters!