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Floyd Mayweather, arguably the undisputed king of Twitter beefs, took racist shots at current NBA phenom Jeremy Lin. Tweeting on Monday, said Floyd, "Jeremy Lin is a good player but all the hype is because he's Asian. Black players do what he does every night and don't get the same praise." And my mind is now confused.
I will never understand major athletes' obsessions with talking shit via Twitter; does it make you seem extra hard to be an internet gangsta? Last I checked, Lin took over NYC with his slick abilities as a PG for the Knicks while some of their key players are out nursing injuries. An Ivy League alum, Lin has reignited hopes for the usually medicore New York squad, daring them to dream of the playoffs. Shoot, he dropped 38 points against my man, Black Mamba. What's good with you Floyd? Been practicing your soap handles for the jail showers?
Remember how you were supposed to fight Pacquiao, overshadowing classic bouts like the Thrilla in Manilla? Now, you just sit back and take jabs from your cell phone while burning stacks of money as a publicity stunt to stay relevant. Floyd and 50 Cent should form a Twitter gang, where they repeatedly harass other people cause they're badass mofos who don't take kindly to up-and-coming success stories and people rising in popularity. First the Crips, then the Bloods; they should call themselves the Twits.
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