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Marcus Jordan Totally Pulled An Anthony Weiner And Tweeted A Dick Pic [NSFW]

  • Zach Berger

[WARNING: NSFW picture of Marcus Jordan's member below. Do not scroll down if you don't want your boss to catch you looking at some former basketball player peen.]

Watch out, Carlos Danger, there’s a new sheriff in town. Marcus Jordan, son of the best basketball player of all time, took a page out of Anthony Weiner’s book when he accidentally tweeted a picture of his dick last night. It was presumably a failed attempt to direct message someone.

It all started when this tweet went up (picture via Deadspin):

Jordan then deleted the tweet and followed it up with these two:

#mistake my bad

— Marcus Jordan (@SASBMJ) July 28, 2013

Anyway, what’s poppin Twitter #HappySunday

— Marcus Jordan (@SASBMJ) July 28, 2013

That’s about the smoothest transition from dick pic to “How’s it going, everyone?” that I’ve ever seen. It almost makes you think that he’s done this before.

But then came the standard canned response to every accidental penis tweet in the history of accidental penis tweets:

My homies hitting me up talking about some pic that was posted from my account.. I mean really? Y’all think I don’t know how to work this?

— Marcus Jordan (@SASBMJ) July 28, 2013

Whoever it was posted it and deleted it.. THEN posted that “mistake” tweet on my page.. Lol Good one.. But #CmonSon that ain’t me.

— Marcus Jordan (@SASBMJ) July 28, 2013

This would be my what, 3rd “accidental” tweet.. #FOH

— Marcus Jordan (@SASBMJ) July 28, 2013

#CmonSon… we all know that you tweeted the picture by accident. You meant to go Carlos Danger style and privately send it some girl, but you made a mistake. You even owned up to that mistake. But then you backtracked, probably after an angry phone call from the older MJ.

People like Marcus Jordan give a bad name to the “my Twitter was hacked” excuse. When someone actually gets their account hacked, nobody will ever believe it because Marcus & Co. have hid behind the excuse instead of just saying, “Whoops, that was my penis. Just pretend you didn’t see that. Sorry everyone.” How much easier is that?

Marcus later deleted his Twitter account, so if you were looking for an admission of guilt, that’s about as close as you’re going to get.

[Deadspin]

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