The tragic aspect of this story is that there is a 29 year old man from Tennessee that doesn't appreciate having the Riley Curry twitter handle. It's not the people tweeting horrific things at a toddler - that happens to have a professional athlete as a father - that bother me. It's the grown ass recipient with no sense of humor that I am upset with. I suppose it's a little bit sad that people have so much hate in their heart that they feel it necessary to direct it at someone who may or may not be potty trained, but you'd have to be living under a rock to not understand that those people exist. Plus, it's not like she's actually the one seeing them. Hell, I wish she was. If her mother is any indication then she would handle this situation in a far more amusing way than sending butt-hurt tweets to mediocre morning shows.
That's why this guy who has sole ownership of @rileycurry is an ungrateful asshole. Maybe he - unlike the vast majority of people on social media - doesn't enjoy entertainment, but the rest of us are just out here trying to have a good chuckle at the expense of the lowest possible brow. So Riley (the adult one), give that stick in your ass a nice little tug and realize how lucky you are, because you can say a lot about the mental capacity of the composer but don't tell me that this tweet didn't make you laugh...
I suppose you could make an argument that the rest don't exactly possess the same comedic value, but if he wants to switch handles then I will gladly take the extra mentions as long as 10% of them put a smile on my face. This might make me a bad person, but I find the concept of getting a first hand view of people's stupidity through blind insults that were meant for an oblivious infant to be oddly hilarious. You just got to make sure it's done right, which is something the following people have to work on...