Watch: Star Oakland Raiders Player ‘B**** A** N****’ Attacks Fans In Parking Lot 2

Donald Penn completely lost it in the parking lot on some Raiders’ fans.

The Pro Bowl left tackle of the Raiders entered into a yelling match with taunting fans in the Oakland parking lot after his team lost a 30-17 game to the Ravens on Sunday, dropping the Raiders to 2-3 as frustration builds, but the giant never threw down.

Penn, in his 11th year, exited his car as a group of fans heckled, the apparent leader wearing a Raiders shirt. Penn, all 6-foot-5 and 305 pounds of him, approached the fan and started screaming, the only discernible words not flattering.

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“What you gonna do, b—h ass n—-a,” Penn screamed, with nothing between the fans and the offensive tackle but a small metal barricade and a few security guards.

Penn never lost control and returned to his car.

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“He threw a bottle at my car but I should of stayed in the car he was tryna get me to react so he could sue me glad I took a sec 2 think,” Penn tweeted Sunday night.

Penn, who has been in Oakland since 2014 after seven seasons with Tampa, signed a two-year, $21 million deal last month.

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