Ray Allen Reactivates Twitter Account, Has Hopefully Learned How To Direct Message

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After signing with the Miami Heat, the so called “Judas Shuttlesworth” of Boston Ray Allen looks to have decided that now is a good time to reactive his dormant twitter account.

Of course, most of you know by now that he decided to shut down his twitter account after somebody hijacked it for several minutes, sent a message that should have probably been a DM, then returned account access to Allen.

For the uninformed, here is the DM the phantom Twitterjacker sent that caused Allen to avoid social media for over two years.

Looks like maybe now that he has joined the South Beach nWo, its OK to remove yourself from Twitter Exile. He might be hesitant to tweet but it looks like he’s getting there. When he does we hope he has learned his lesson on the difference between @ and DM.

You can follow Sugar Ray @greenRAYn20, if you dare.

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    Say something stupid or making a way out of line remark about something/someone can cost you money and/or your fan base.

    Why place yourself in a position where you are constantly trying to Defuse Bombs after they have already exploded ?

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