Normally, I think guys are lying when they make up these type of excuses, it is just PR, but for some reason I think Napier is probably telling the truth. Even if that is the case, you should always have control of your Twitter account and not let family members take control, because then things like unfollowing LeBron becomes a national news story.
“The whole thing about that is I don’t know how to work Twitter yet and I’m not on my Twitter, so I don’t know where that came from,” Napier said following the Heat’s 85-83 loss to the Washington Wizards at Las Vegas Summer League.
“I don’t pay attention to it,” Napier said. “It gets brought to me by family members, but I don’t pay any attention to it. I just think it’s how it is. Media wants something to bite on.”
My only issue is that if you don’t know how to use Twitter or are on your Twitter, then don’t let other people run your account and then blame it on the media.
That is a very weak cop out, get control of the people who control your account or be man enough to admit you did it yourself.