Duke’s Kyrie Irving Subject to Racist, Abusive Tweets From a Duke Fan
I have noticed this about Twitter.
The people who say the most inappropriate, racist, abusive, mean, evil and vile things never have a Twitter profile pic. They either have the infamous egg or something besides themselves as their picture.
I am not a psychiatrist, but I did stay at a Hyatt over the weekend— but when you aren’t happy with yourself, you lash out at people you are jealous and envious of.
No one knows for sure what warranted this unsolicited attack on Duke’s Kyrie Irving, but I hope that it doesn’t bother him.
In the end, it is just a sport. It is fun to make fun of players we don’t like, but there is a line. Just because you can hide behind the Twitter egg, doesn’t mean you should cross it.
What you are really saying is when you look in the mirror, you hate yourself way more than Kyrie Irving. When you are on Twitter and someone is saying something ignorant, just ignore them because they are just dying for your attention— because no one pays any attention to them when they hit CTL, ALT and DEL.Powered by Sidelines