Coach Prime's son rips Colorado football hater for saying everyone's tired of their act

Jul 29, 2023; Englewood, CO, USA; Deion Sanders jr. during Denver Broncos training camp drills at
Jul 29, 2023; Englewood, CO, USA; Deion Sanders jr. during Denver Broncos training camp drills at / Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Coach Prime's oldest son, Deion Sanders Jr., took aim at a Colorado football hater who said that everyone was tired of the Sanders family's "Prime Time" schtick after Coach Prime tweeted out to defend his other two sons (Shedeur and Shilo) and their decision to attend Paris Fashion Week; causing the brothers to miss a team meeting.

"We don’t act blessed, or act confident, or act like we getting money, or act like we weren’t just in Paris taking a stroll by the Place Vendôme, or any of that...This opulence & luxury is all we know," Sanders Jr. tweeted. "It’s not an act. If I simply tell you about my day you think I’m bragging."

Coach Prime had addressed his haters in a message of his own he tweeted out on January 20.

"I'm so Proud of all 3 of my sons that got a opportunity of a lifetime from (Pharrell Williams) & (Louis Vuitton) to walk & film their premier fashion show in Paris," Deion Sanders tweeted. "Wow! For (you) haters, they didn't miss one practice, the main team meeting was mainly for the new players & the head coach cleared them."

Colorado football locker room predicted to have me-first mentality in 2024

Mike Farrell Sports' Scott Salomon has worries that the Buffs locker room is going to have a prevaling me-first mentality in 2024; potentially sinking the Coach Prime era in Boulder with his two sons and Travis Hunter likely NFL-bound in 2025.

"What's next? Shedeur misses practice or a game for a GQ modeling gig? Where do you draw the line? This is an instance where NIL has gone too far," Salomon prefaced before saying, "When NIL shticks interfere with team meetings or other team-related activities, a line must be drawn in the sand.

"And you wonder why the Buffs played so poorly on the field last season. It looks like the same 'Me First' mentality will riddle the locker room as it did last season. Deion Sanders would sanction any other player for missing a team meeting, especially the first one, but his boys had a valid, selfish reason not to be there."

If their teammates don't feel like the Sanders brothers were being me-first by pursuing a dream in fashion, others certainly don't need to be offended on their behalf.