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Brandon Spikes Tweeted About Giving Santa Cocaine and Jack Daniels, And He Isn’t Deleting It

Brandon Spikes decided that he’d make a funny joke last night, about Christmas Eve.

It’s been almost a day, and Spikes hasn’t deleted the tweet. He did tweet a blank space nine minutes later, though, and hasn’t deleted it either. So maybe he doesn’t know how.

But wait, there’s more, right after the spaces!

And, wait for it… just a few more minutes later!

You know, you could’ve said Red Bull and cookies…

Of course, this isn’t that big of a deal, and the joke was even mildly funny. But the little kids that follow their favorite player probably weren’t expecting a joke about blow. It’s never a good idea to be tweeting about cocaine and alcohol in general, especially when seven-time winner for Coach With Stick Lodged Most Deeply In Ass, Bill Belichick, is your coach.

Do I care? Of course not. But you should probably delete your tweet, Brandon, rather than begging HATERZ to unfollow and continuing your normal tweeting habits.

Ah, much better. And, obviously, it’s the first one.

  • liz

    This is the kind of stuff that really gets under my skin. What does this say about Brandon Spikes, that he doesn’t see anything wrong with this remark? And it’s not the first time he’s used his twitter account to make a remark that is less than stellar. I am surprised, because after he did it the first time, I thought the team would make it clear that this was not something they wanted him doing. So, does this say that Brandon Spikes is personally familiar with drug use and alcohol use? Or is he going to say he was just making a joke? Is he impulsive and speaks before he thinks? What? I didn’t find it funny. There are a lot of kids out there that are football fans who Brandon Spikes evidently doesn’t have a thought in his head about. And when I hear remarks like this, hear about the bounty scandal, see what’s happened this year, with the DUI and player death, following the football player who murdered his girlfriend and shot himself, I find myself thinking maybe we all ought to just find something else to do with our time than support the football culture and whatever is going on beneath the surface in this violent sport.

  • Anonymous

    Not sure what’s better, the post or this response.

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