David Clowney is yet the latest professional athlete to feel the wrath of Twitter clap back.

Yesterday, the Buffalo Bills wide receiver not only tweeted the results from his lastest HIV test, but supplied a picture, too.

Many on Twitter criticized Clowney for his (over?) sharing, while others appreciated the gesture.

With the incredibly high HIV rates in black communities, should Clowney’s decision to tweet his test results be regarded as an effort to remove the stigma from knowing one’s status, or is it just too much information?

Is knowing Clowney’s status beautiful and/or inspiring?

Or is he just the latest to prove, via Twitter, why athletes need publicists?

Sound off below!