Once again, the boss has sent me to investigate an athlete on Twitter who was dumb enough to “accidentally” post his “Lil Favre” on twitter.
The latest victim is Clippers guard Rasual Butler.
Lets read Butler’s bio on Twitter.
Humble confident christian man living out my life long dream of being an N.B.A ball player. Striving to reach my max potential daily! always keeping God first!
The unintentional comedy is high, unless it is normal for humble, Christian men to post this on Twitter:
Butler says he was hacked because that is the standard answer— but the tweet came from his BlackBerry? Also his account was hacked, but he had full control of it 15 minutes later?
Have you noticed every person that account gets hacked on Twitter also retains control right after the pic is posted? These most be the worst hackers in the universe.
If his account is hacked and he can’t change his password, how is he tweeting currently?
The better answer is that he was trying to send “Lil Butler” to one of his non-Christian ladies and instead of sending a BBM or text, he sent it to Twitter.
The Lord would want him to tell the truth, lying is not Christian like.
It is ok Rasual—it isn’t like you are Amar’e or anything.