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LSU tight end Dillon Gordon (85) catches a pass during warmups of an NCAA college football game against Mississippi State at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville, Miss., Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

LSU tight end Dillon Gordon ain’t too happy with a faction of Tiger fans.

Gordon took to Twitter to vent after the Tigers’ 31-14 loss to Arkansas in Tiger Stadium, a week after LSU was manhandled at Alabama.

“Worst fans ever,” Dillon tweeted.

The rant continued with plenty more commentary focusing on Gordon's unhappiness with droves of fans leaving Tiger Stadium before the game ended.

“If that’s your team you stand by them win, lose, or draw its simple.”

“If (you’re) a real tiger fan thank you ... If you not bye we don't need no band wagoners as long as we win we y’all team.”

“It just hurt to see the (people that) claim they love us leave in 3rd quarter.”

“(I’m talking) to (people) who left the game we (don’t) need u .. To the ones that stayed thank you for the support #ForeverLSU."

“The whole point (I’m trying to) make is we feed off the crowd if y’all leave how does that make us feel? Y’all gave up on us.. It’s all good.”

ESPN play-by-play announcer Brad Nessler noted during the game broadcast that fans began to noticeably leave the Tiger Stadium early in the fourth quarter, even when the Tigers trailed by just 10. Near the game’s ending, Nessler estimated more than 70 percent of the stadium had cleared out.

Gordon also expressed disappointment that he and fullback J.D. Moore have been unable to play because of injury.

“It hurts to watch my teammates play and not being able to help them out (because) trust if me (and Moore were ) playing whole (different) ball game.”

LSU will try to snap its two-game losing streak Saturday at Ole Miss.