Originally written on Pass The Pill  |  Last updated 11/9/14
Lavoy Allen’s tweet.credit: media.philly.com Republicans nation-wide were upset following the re-election of Democrat Barack Obama. If you have a twitter, you are definitely aware of this by now. As does the rest of the world, athletes and celebrities use social networking to vent their frustrations and participate in conversations. The twitter world was buzzing following the news of the election, with a wide variety of responses to the results. Lavoy Allen of the Philadelphia 76ers was no different. He is a Republican, and took to twitter to let the world know how he felt about his party’s defeat. Except he did it a little bit differently than most people; by using the opportunity to hit on an actress. And on a very public stage, given the fact that he has over 11,000 followers. Well, this is certainly bold. Hey, give him some credit for at least putting himself out there, I guess. The 23 year-old Lavoy Allen going after the 46 year-old Stacey Dash is certainly humorous at the very least, and is some solid entertainment for us. Probably pretty embarrassing for him, though. I would love to hear what some 76er teammates are saying to Lavoy Allen over the next few days, as he probably won’t hear the end of it any time soon. -Mark Evans, Assistant Manager/Editor of Content Follow us on Twitter The post Lavoy Allen Hits On Actress Via Twitter After Romney’s Loss appeared first on Pass The Pill.
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