Originally written on The Nosebleeds  |  Last updated 10/23/14
Over the past few years, Phoenix Coyotes forward Paul Bissonnette has become much more famous for his humor online than his abilities on the ice. The 28-year old forward has built one of the largest Twitter followings of any athlete in sports, but he also has no shortage of haters on the site who love to pester him with insults. Bissonnette has a penchant for calling out these haters and responding with some insults of his own. Usually they’re pretty entertaining, but one of his latest was on a level of its own. A man by the name of Matt Hogue has been building up a habit of sending some less-than-kind tweets Bissonnette’s way, even going as far as to call Paul “sewer scum”, and this week BizNasty finally decided to deal with him. Is that why u troll me everyday @MattHoagie? Would u call me scum 2 my face? No. U’d b sending that Tip Top Tailor suit 2 the dry cleaners. — Paul Bissonnette (@BizNasty2point0) August 15, 2013 But Biz didn’t stop there. It appears that he decided to google Hogue’s name, and what he found provided him with ammunition of epic proportions. http://t.co/sC7HDOfuQt — Paul Bissonnette (@BizNasty2point0) August 15, 2013 http://t.co/x1DNO03BnP not done. — Paul Bissonnette (@BizNasty2point0) August 15, 2013 It turns out that Hogue’s scumbaggery extends beyond just social media and he’s got quite the shady past. Bissonnette’s response was enough to make Hogue delete his Twitter account and go wallow in self-pity. Here’s to you, Biz. You outdid yourself this time. [Sunbelt Hockey] The post Paul Bissonnette teaches Twitter hater a lesson in trolling appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

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