Ex-Bears player calls out Bellamy for sliding into girlfriend’s DMs

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Josh Bellamy said he doesn’t regret his argument with Tre McBride. | Nam Y. Huh/Associated Press

The Bears drama with wide receiver Josh Bellamy just got a whole lot murkier.

One day after the Bears decided to waive wide receiver Tre McBride after he got into a heated argument with Bellamy at Halas Hall, a Bears reporter tweeted that Bellamy didn’t regret the argument.

But one of Bellamy’s former teammates dropped a bomb and said he believes the Bears cut the wrong teammate.

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Former Bears safety Harold Jones-Quartey quoted a Bears reporter’s tweet and accused Bellamy of hitting on a teammate’s girlfriend.

“Good teammates don’t dive in other teammates girlfriends dms (sic) lol you sure you got the right guy? #Clap #jusSAyin,” Jones-Quartey wrote.

Jones-Quartey also included a “thinking” emoji and a “shrugging shoulders” emoji.

Later, Jones-Quartey tweeted, “Sometimes you gotta expose a lame.”

It’s unclear if Jones-Quartey was accusing Bellamy of hitting on his girlfriend or another teammate’s girlfriend.

Jones-Quartey and Bellamy were teammates during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

The Bears waived Jones-Quartey on Sept. 2, and he is currently on the Eagles practice squad.

McBride signed with the Jets’ practice squad Friday.

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