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The newest installment of Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” segment featured NBA players and broadcasters who receive Twitter hate. The Twitter vitriol included two accusations of bestiality, a valid question of Shaq’s Buick commercial and a link between Chris Paul and Michael Jackson. Some of the NBA personalities vehemently disagreed with the Tweets, while other begrudgingly owned up to the criticism. The best response was probably Metta World Peace because I could totally see him chomping on an apple as a reaction to a hurtful Tweet. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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