But it happened on your Twitter...
It wasn't me.
And the avatar is your picture...
It wasn't me.
Get 'em Shaggy. Deny. Deny. Deny. Fuck the 'I was hacked ' excuse. That's so old hat. Now you just got to plea ignorance, insult everyone's intelligence. Think about the sequence of events that would have to take place for this to be true. Someone would have to go through the trouble of sneaking onto Cardale Jones twitter, and deciding that their first victim would be female sports fans. If that's the case then that person needs to take up a new hobby besides sabotage. You could have said anything and you went with some questionable tweets about girls liking team colors? Those tweets don't exactly seem worthy of a hack job. It would be like breaking into the KKK's twitter and writing 'black people stink'. Of course Cardale Jones thinks most chicks don't know what they are talking about when it comes to sports. 98.99% might be excessive, but there is good amount of girls that this applies to.
You think it's a full time job doing damage control for Cardale Jones? Like is there any doubt that this statement was carefully crafted by a publicist? I imagine some guy sitting there direct messaging the contents of the last tweet to Cardale Jones. Probably just threw in a 'BTW' to make it relatable. No 'BTW' and it would seem too well constructed. Can't have people thinking he didn't do it on his own volition. Something tells me after he denounced the idea of going to class and beat that cancer kid by about 300 in video games someone in Jones camp was like "maybe, we should get someone to monitor his tweets in case he tries to think again". That's really the only reason for this apology. All things considered, he has said and tweeted far dumber. I know we live in a society that overreacts and takes everything out of context, but Cardale Jones doesn't strike me as the type that regrets any of his opinions. I bet his public relations team just told him "listen, if you absolutely have to tweet any of your thoughts I want you to wait a couple hours, delete them, and then post this message". The old 'it wasn't me' tweet is like the beer of social media mishaps, it instantly makes everything better.
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