Odell Beckham Jr.: I’m a cancer to a place that’s OK with losing

John Mara wishes Odell Beckham Jr. would 'do a little more playing and a little less talking'

Odell Beckham Jr. has kept his feelings about his former team to himself, but can’t stay quiet any longer.

The Browns wide receiver unleashed his frustration with the Giants in an epic Twitter rant Monday beginning on a positive note before things escalated.

It all started Saturday when Giants general manager Dave Gettleman was asked during an interview if the team had a culture problem, to which he responded: “Not anymore.”

“This was by far one of the funniest things I’ve seen today!” Beckham tweeted Sunday in response to an article suggesting Gettleman wouldn’t miss his former star for that reason.

Monday, Beckham warned critics he was locked and loaded.

When one Giants fan called him a cancer, Beckham didn’t deny it, tweeting, “yes I’m cancer to a place that’s ok wit losing because I want to win that BADDD.”

On the other hand, Beckham agreed with another Giants fan who said Gettleman didn’t give him a proper sendoff, tweeting he’s “not upset in ANY way about where (he) landed” while acknowledging New York was “beyond disrespectful.”

Beckham went on to explain why he wasn’t on the sidelines for the last four games of the season as he dealt with a quad injury.

“Ask the coach …. I beggged him to go to each and every one of those games actually for my teamatws and to be on the sideline for the home games,” Beckham wrote. “he told me “No”…. anything else sir. (That’s to whoever tweeted askin why I didn’t travel while I was hurt….) next.”

After three hours of Q&A, Beckham finally threw in the towel.

Beckham, 26, spent the first five seasons of his career with the Giants after they selected him with the 12th overall pick in the 2014 draft. He was then dealt to the Browns in March in return for Jabrill Peppers, a first-round pick and a third-round pick.

The three-time Pro Bowl selection compiled 390 receptions for 5,476 yards and 44 touchdowns in 59 games with New York.