“Imma catch you little n*gga” Marshon Lattimore claps back at Justin Jefferson after experiencing major disrespect on field

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When Minnesota Vikings were scheduled to lock horns New Orleans Saints in Week 4 clash, fans were already hyped to witness the one-on-one battle between Justin Jefferson and Marshon Lattimore. With the excitement already piling up in the build-up, it was the Vikings’ Wide Receiver, who surpassed all expectations against a defensive juggernaut. 

Nov 21, 2021; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson (18) celebrates a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers at U.S. Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

While Marshon was always being Jefferson throughout the four quarters, it was the latter who played a bigger role in guiding his team past the victory line. Having caught 7 of 10 catches, Jefferson did not stamp his authority over a rival – Marshon but even added more fuel to the rivalry. 

However, after the game ended it was the New Orleans Saints marquee who could not keep calm and his anger to himself as he publicly called out Justin Jefferson as a ‘n*gga.” So, what caused Marshon to outburst in such a manner? Justin Jefferson shared a few snaps on his social media handle after the game which didn’t go down well with a lot of fans, including Marshon Lattimore. The Minnesota Vikings receiver posted the iconic Allen Iverson stepping over Tyrann Lue picture to signify how he destroyed Saints’ favorite – Marshon. 

Justin Jefferson destroyed Marshon Lattimore in Week 4 clash 

Justin Jefferson vs Marshon Lattimore’s rivalry is turning out to be one of the most watched-out battles in modern-day football. While the former has had the last laugh this time around, Marshon will surely remember this disrespect as the Vikings will lock horns against the Saints in the future. 

Marshon Lattimore

That being said, Justin Jefferson’s Minnesota Vikings have been sensational in the 2022-23 season. After a solitary loss against the Seattle Seahawks, they have played like a complete unit. New Orleans Saints have landed on the opposite side, wherein their offensive-defensive unit hasn’t been able to land on the same page. 

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