The 24-year-old, who is widely recognized as the greatest gymnast of all time, also said she was "not having as much fun" at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
The U.S. women’s gymnastics team overcame adversity to win the silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics after Simone Biles withdrew from the event.
"We hope this isn't the last we've seen of one of the world's best gymnasts," the Tokyo Olympics Twitter account wrote.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback posted the clip, but outlets are tossing it back in his face.
Without the champion gymnast, the American team lost the gold medal to Russia.
Britain’s Tom Dean missed more than six weeks in the pool before the Tokyo games, but powered through to win the 200-meter freestyle event.
"This team is blah," one Twitter user wrote. "No drive or determination to win."
"I don’t really know how to cope with that pressure," the four-time Grand Slam winner said.
Morocco’s Youness Baalla was slammed as a "Mike Tyson wannabe" after the incident with New Zealand's David Nyika in Tokyo.
"This team is still figuring it out," veteran star Sue Bird said. "We’ll get there.”