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A portion of the Kentucky fan base was up in arms this morning as a cartoon from Wednesday’s edition of the Courier Journal had gone viral on Twitter.
This cartoon left the Big Blue Nation feeling a little disrespected. Although this appears to be harmless and the cartoonist even added a ‘get well soon, Nerlens’ note to the side, certain Kentucky fans took it as if the C-J was mocking and or making fun of Noel’s season-ending injury.
When feeling insecure, the most common reaction from Kentucky fans is to point attention toward Louisville. That was no different for Erin Calipari, the 26-year-old daughter of Kentucky head coach John Calipari. After seeing the cartoon from the Courier-Journal, Erin decided to draw her own cartoon, taking a shot at Louisville fans in the process. This photo was posted on her Twitter account earlier this morning.
Whatever makes you feel better, I guess?
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The above cartoon is from Erin Calipari, the daughter Kentucky’s basketball coach, and in response to a Courier-Journal cartoon as seen below. Erin Calipari tweeted out the drawing with the caption, “This would be my cartoon. #UL #BBN”
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Erin Calipari, the daughter of Kentucky head coach John, drew this cartoon and released it on Twitter in response to the Courier Journal's Nerlens Noel cartoon.
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