Vikings' Cook on Twitter: 'easy to unfollow if u don't like me tweets'

Embattled Vikings cornerback Chris Cook tweeted this on Monday: "easy to unfollow if u don't like me tweets! Mind your business I don't always have to tweet about certain things! I tweet for entertainment."
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Embattled Vikings cornerback Chris Cook tweeted this on Monday: "easy to unfollow if u don't like me tweets! Mind your business I don't always have to tweet about certain things! I tweet for entertainment."

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