DeMarcus Lawrence is clapping back at everyone attacking him for snubbing a little kid’s autograph request … saying he has zero regrets about telling the boy, “Get the right jersey, son!”
Lawrence and the Dallas Cowboys beat the hell out of the Giants on Sunday … and after the game, a little kid in a Saquon Barkley jersey tried to get the superstar’s autograph.
But, Lawrence just kept on walking, and eventually told the kid straight-up, “Get the right jersey, son!”
Video of the incident went viral, with people blasting Lawrence for not signing … but he defended his actions Tuesday, saying, “suck it up.”
“It’s crazy how you fans want to attack me for not signing for a kid,” Lawrence said. “It’s more than one kid that come to the game with Cowboys jerseys and never get to meet any player.”
“So if I’m honest with my own kids I will never treat your kid better than mine so suck it up. #SorryNotSorry.”
Lawrence has been one the best players in the NFL over the last couple seasons — he just signed a 5-year, $105 MILLION contract with the ‘Boys earlier this year.
Clearly, he’s down to give lessons to your kids too!