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Le'Veon Bell Targets Steelers In New Track "Target"

By HHL JT
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Le'Veon Bell the rapper is speaking for Le'Veon Bell the running back again.

It's a message the Pittsburgh Steelers don't really want to hear.

Bell will likely be playing on the franchise tag ($14 million) for the second straight year this coming season because he and the Steelers haven't been able to come to a longer term deal. From the sound of his new track "Target," he thinks he isn't getting enough money or love.

 
 

"So they put me on the tag, alright.
Definitely not going to trip like I that bad guy.
Wonder why they treat me like the bad guy.
You say I ain't the best, but that's a bad lie.
I'm a do what I want just leave me alone.
If I don't do what you want then you want me gone.
I'm a say you being real aggressive, the way you switch up on me real impressive."

Do you think the Steelers are doing Bell wrong?

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