On May 28th, someone on the Internet felt the need to call out D. Wade on his clothing preferences in an attempt to clown his character. A typical social media chotch bag to say the least. Here’s the tweet.
Remember the 2006 finals MVP? This is him now 🤧🤧🤧 pic.twitter.com/MYiEvP2OtZ
— 👨🏿🚒Austin👨🏿🌾 (@ChefTrillie) May 29, 2017
But in the responses of all responses, Wade had quite literally one that nobody expected.
What if I told you in 06 I listened to country music b4 every game that I score 40 in?Would that not be cool? I'm different you wanna fit in https://t.co/JU3jX1glqy
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) May 31, 2017
Boom. Sit down you social media antagonist. Good for Wade to tell this dude to stop being a follower. I’m honestly not even that taken aback about him listening to country music, but more so the fact that he just educated the shit out of this dude in the most classic fashion. Lesson learned from this: Just because you have a preconceived notion about someone’s appearance doesn’t give you the right to assume or attack their character.
Yeah – go ahead and throw that last sentence into a fortune cookie. Call me Big Dad confucius. Good news is that at least the Twitter antagonist acknowledged it.
He ethered me 🙁
— 👨🏿🚒Austin👨🏿🌾 (@ChefTrillie) May 31, 2017
The guy’s already updated his bio and everything.
You gotta love the Internet.
Old or new country? If Dwyane Wade listens to Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard I'm buying a jersey ASAP. https://t.co/Z0ZCcnJzZs
— Brayden Hall (@BraydenHall7) May 31, 2017
D Wade bout to do a 30 for 30 on pump up country music.. hit the folks with "What if I told you" 😂😂😂😂😂
— WGN Ent. (@WGN_enterprise) May 31, 2017
Jimmy Butler would approve, I know that much.
— Russ Bengtson (@russbengtson) May 31, 2017
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