Johnny 'Football' Manizel is getting quite the reputation for his activity on Twitter. The Heisman Trophy-winning QB from Texas A&M University, Manziel recently got into a battle with some of his followers after a photo of his ribcage with a tattoo of the University of Texas Longhorns logo surfaced on the internet.

"FAKE tattoo..

- Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 13, 2013

That should have been the end of it all, but Manziel didn't stop defending himself from fans and followers who jabbed at the QB for allegedly backing of his allegiance to his university.

@alexparmley_ you suck - Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 13, 2013

@bamabane tell your mom I said wassup

- Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 13, 2013

@babyfacebrutha you know nothing about me homie...hop off - Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 13, 2013

@hunterheffley16 literally the dumbest tweet ive ever seen

- Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 13, 2013

@mildkyle yeah man 150 pesos is a ton..hopefully i can afford it - Johnny Manziel (@JManziel2) March 13, 2013

This isn't the first time Manziel has had news media covering his Twitter actions. This past January, Manziel posted a photo (above) to his Twitter and Instagram account pages of himself and friends waving money that they won at a casino in Oklahoma. The caption of the picture read "casino ballin." Though Manziel won the money fairly, his amateur status as a collegiate student-athlete raised a red flag for some, who called him out on the picture.

The QB got the last laugh, however, taking the photo down and replacing it with one of him and a young cancer patient a Connecticut hospital flashing fake 'Monopoly' money. 

Brad Barnes, who runs Texas A&M's compliance Twitter feed, did, in fact, say the original picture from the casino was compliant with school and NCAA rules.