Former Chiefs RB Larry Johnson is 'really f—ing upset' with Kareem Hunt

Larry Johnson is upset with Kareem Hunt.

The former Chiefs running back took to Twitter after a video surfaced of Kansas City’s current rusher shoving a woman several times, and later kicking her as she was hunched over on the ground. The footage is believed to be related to an alleged altercation dating back to February at The Metropolitan at the 9, Hunt’s hotel apartment located in downtown Cleveland. 

“I thought I made my mistakes painfully clear!!!!,” Johnson wrote. “I thought I was a perfect example of what NOT to do!!!!

“I thought by speaking aloud about my pitfalls that players after me could see these situations before they’d happen.

“REALLY F—ING UPSET KAREEM……”

Johnson was arrested at least six times after joining the NFL in 2003 — five of those arrests were on various assault charges against women, four while he was an active player.

In 2003, his first of six years with the Chiefs, he was arrested for felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor domestic battery for waving a gun at his then-girlfriend during an argument at Johnson’s home. The charges were eventually dropped when he agreed to participate in a domestic violence diversion program.

But in 2005, he was again arrested for assault when a woman accused Johnson of pushing her to the ground. This case was also dropped after the woman failed to appear in court. His third arrest came in February 2008, after allegedly pushing a woman’s head at a nightclub and another in October of that year when he was charged with one count of non-aggravated assault for allegedly spitting a drink in a woman’s face at a Kansas City nightclub. 

On October 5, 2012, Johnson was arrested again, this time in Las Vegas, for domestic violence charges that include strangulation and two years later on October 7, 2014, he was arrested for the sixth time after punching a man in a Miami Beach club and allegedly cutting him with a broken bottle. 

Johnson also served two years of probation after pleading guilty to two counts of disturbing the peace in March 2009.

Along with his stint in Kansas City, Johnson spent time playing in Cincinnati, Washington and Miami before leaving the league in 2011 after being released from the Dolphins during Week 2 of that year.