RG3 Tried To Get Aggressive In Response To The Fake Twitter Account That Took Aim At His Family Life
Let me start by stating the obvious, the loser that took the time to start a twitter account pretending to be the estranged wife of a largely irrelevant professional athlete has the deepest of soul searching to do. Someone really needs to find the person behind the computer screen and uncover who hurt them, because this is such a blatant act of projecting that it makes the crazy lady crying that she was being discriminated against for voting Trump look like she's secure with herself. That said, let's get into RG3's response....
Again I remind you, I think it is absolutely despicable to go online imitating someone else and speak on a sore subject you most likely know absolute nothing about. That said, if you were going to do so at the expense of a professional athlete then RG3 is far closer to being the right one than "the wrong one". I certainly wouldn't encourage anonymous online bullying, but I would be remiss not to mention how easy the target was. If there was every a multimillionaire whose personal business could be turned into a parody account it would be the guy who got robbed by a fucking valet after leaving his wallet on his car seat. I don't want to say someone that was drafted #2 into the most violent league in all the land doesn't have the right to tough talk, but he's certainly compromised that right by doing his public speaking primarily through widely-shared, oft-double-tapped Instagram quotes the last few years. Social media threats are inherently un-intimidating, but even more so when the source posted a Chinese proverb 17 minutes earlier. I do feel bad for RG3 because his professional life has basically turned into a complete joke and his personal life has been put on full blast, but - goddamn - could the guy that finished his "illustrious" Redskins career by punting footballs by himself on the practice field stop making himself so easy to pick on?