Everyone is guilty of using poor judgment on Twitter and Facebook from time to time, but we don’t all have nearly 500,000 followers. When you do, your mistakes are magnified. ESPN’s Darren Rovell learned that when he sent a tweet over the weekend that some people probably found to be hilarious.
Rovell spotted a rather large fan sitting courtside during Game 1 of the Chicago Bulls’ opening round playoff series against the Washington Wizards. He tweeted a photo of the guy and made a joke about him having to purchase two seats.
Rovell deleted his tweet, shit, wish I had taken a picture, OH WAIT! pic.twitter.com/tnZHOzWNAS
— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) April 21, 2014
Rovell quickly deleted the tweet and issued an apology.
I apologize for using poor judgment in my last tweet. It was insensitive.
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) April 21, 2014
Some people are proud to be morbidly obese. Remember that fat ass Philadelphia 76ers fan who jiggled his rolls to distract Kevin Garnett? It’s OK to make fun of people like that, but for all we know the guy at the Bulls game may have had a health condition he can’t control.