LeSean McCoy Tweeted, "Wow." What Does He Mean By That?

Let’s jump right in. Here’s what LeSean McCoy said.

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If that’s not enough to shock you to your core, here’s another perspective.

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Unreal. Many people are speculating as to what LeSean means and I feel like I know the answer.

In 1838, General Antonio López de Santa Anna (President of Mexico) had his leg amputated after his ankle was destroyed by canon-fire. He ordered a full military burial for it. He was also painted looking like he just finished saying, “whomst hath farted?”


That’s not all though. Did you think we were done talking about Santa Anna?
Well we arent. According to our friends at the History channel, in 1842, after ole Santa re-assumed the presidency, Santa Anna exhumed his shriveled leg, paraded it to Mexico City in an ornate coach and buried it beneath a cemetery monument in an elaborate state funeral that included cannon salvos, poetry and lofty orations. Santa Anna’s severed leg did not remain in the ground for long, however. In 1844, public opinion turned on the president, and rioters tore down his statues and dug up his leg. A mob tied the severed appendage to a rope and dragged it through the streets of Mexico City while shouting, “Death to the cripple!”

LeSean McCoy had it right.