Bryan Colangelo masterfully trolled by fan at Phillies game
The Ls continue to pile up for Philadelphia 76ers general manager Bryan Colangelo, and they are slowly getting more and more creative.
In light of the bizarre burner account scandal involving Colangelo that broke this week, a fan sitting behind home plate of Friday’s Philadelphia Phillies-San Francisco Giants game pulled off a masterful troll job of the beleaguered exec. The fan was initially visible in the first inning wearing a “Fire BC” T-shirt.
Omg there’s a guy behind home plate with a “Fire BC” shirt pic.twitter.com/dhxyzkaNuR
— Rachel Micali (@RachelMicali) June 2, 2018
By the second inning, the man had changed his shirt to one that read “Where is Eric Jr?” in reference to one of Colangelo’s alleged burner accounts.
Guys the Fire BC guy changed his shirt and it's even more savage than the first one. pic.twitter.com/yQXbsrZoim
— EJ Smith (@EJSmith94) June 2, 2018
Then by the third inning, he changed shirts again, this time to maybe his most spectacular one yet. The shirt simply bore the digits 91 — a nod to the last two digits of the phone number discovered to be linked to three of the accounts.
oh my god pic.twitter.com/3FFfmnCgNc
— Matt Carey (@RealMattCarey) June 2, 2018
Colangelo may not survive this scandal with his job, and it’s clear that the local fans are getting a kick of his supposed missteps. This isn’t even the first time that he has been trolled at a Phillies game since the allegations broke.
H/T Philly Inquirer