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Villanova’s Donte Divincenzo Had The Greatest Performance In NCAA Tournament History, Naturally The Media Found “Offensive” Tweets From When He Was 14 To Smear Him

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Villanova men’s basketball just put on one of the greatest performances in the history of sports with their dominant march to the National Championship. They won all six games they played by 12 points more. That’s insane, especially since they really didn’t get any major upset fluke cupcake teams along the way. They beat 5th seeded West Virginia, 3rd seeded Texas Tech, #1 seed Kansas, and #3 seed Michigan. And not one of those games was ever in doubt. I was rooting for Michigan, but you have to appreciate greatness when you see it.

The star of the Final Four was Delaware ginger Donte Divincenzo – a ginger extraordinaire. He scored 31 points OFF THE BENCH, had two huge blocks, couldn’t miss from three, and dominated like no other player has on the biggest stages possible.

Naturally the mainstream media appreciated the greatness of what they just witnessed and asked him sports related questions afterwards.

LOL. Just kidding. We’re living in 2018 and a white guy just culturally appropriated a sport that doesn’t belong to him on national television. So the MSM went out looking for some way to prove that he was a racist. Naturally they went directly to his Twitter account, which had not been used since 2016, to dig something up from when he was 14 years old….

So what did young Donte write that was so offensive? Well, he quoted Meek Mill in a tweet in 2011, because young Donte liked rap music and Meek Mill is the only rapper ever to come out of Delaware, so naturally he was a fan:

OK, stop right there. This never ceases to amaze me. Rappers write and produce music that’s filled with racial slurs. They NEED young white people like Donte to buy their music. Young white people are the #1 consumers of rap music. Everyone knows that.

But yet buying the albums and supporting the music comes with rules for some people, but not others. Ya see, you’re not allowed to sing along if you’re white. Remember when the Beatles did that? Remember when they told American fans that they could’t appropriate British culture and sing at their concerts? Oh yea, me neither. Because that’s dumb.

The fact of the matter is that wypipo Donte’s age don’t know any better. They honestly see nothing wrong with it. And why would they? If the word was so offensive it wouldn’t be in mainstream songs to begin with. Back in the 90’s we knew that you didn’t do that, but the lines have become blurred when you make up arbitrary rules about who can and cannot use a commonly used word. If you keep putting that in your music then the white kids who buy it will think it’s OK. Don’t want wypipo using that word? Stop putting it in music.

I once liked a song back in college called, “Put it in my mouth.” It was a really thought provoking song that got you thinking with inspirational lyrics like, “What are you gonna pick, pussy or dick?”, and “Put it in my mouth, in my mother fucking mouth.”

Now, I had no interest in putting THAT in my mouth. Yet I sang it anyway because that’s what you do when listening to music that you like.

He also posted a lot of “homophobic” things:

Even though this is clearly one of his buddies being funny. Because that’s what 15 year old boys do. They make fun of each other for liking fingers in their butt. Never gets old.

Some of his tweets were hilarious:

Lol, this is fantastic.

“Fuck you Dad, I hate soccer.”

“Fuck Algebra.”

“Fuck you too Mom.”

If you can’t see the humor in this then you’re a miserable person who should just go ahead and die. Because you’re bringing the rest of us down with your negative vibes man.

Of course some loser reporter at the USA Today asks him about it and writes this story, setting off a wave of faux outrage:

By the time the National Championship Game was over, every reporter at the Alamo Dome had heard about the offensive tweets. So in addition to all the “how does it feel” questions, DiVincenzo also had to answer a few about all the dumb things he tweeted seven years ago.

“I didn’t do that,” he said when asked specifically about the Meek Mill tweet. “It’s my account, yes, but I never remember doing that.”

When a reporter asked who could have been responsible for that tweet, DiVincenzo responded, “That’s a good question.”

Seriously, how much of a TOOL do you have to be ask this question after the performance he just had. Kill yourself. They went after Donte because he’s a white guy who dominated a sport that white guys aren’t supposed to dominate. He’s a completely innocent college student who just had the performance of a lifetime. Anyone interested in anything except for that performance has no business covering sports. Period.

The school made it worse by claiming that he was hacked and Donte said he didn’t know about it. First of all, no one believes you when you say that you were hacked. Just stop. Secondly, Donte probably had no idea those tweets were out there. He doesn’t use Twitter, and we all said hilarious and embarrassing shit when we were 14. Unfortunately for kids now days it’s documented for eternity.

12 Comment(s)
  • Tom Blackburn
    April 4, 2018 at 9:33 pm

    Sorry, as a white guy, nigger is by far one of the most fun words to say. I support it.

  • z
    April 4, 2018 at 4:00 pm

    Like the racist Black Fireman.

    Says all the shit he wants to say, then pussies out by shutting social media down when called on it.

    He should have said, “I was a stupid punk who said stupid things. I regret saying those things.”

    I’d buy into that, especially if the stupid comments stopped years ago. Believe it/ don’t believe it.
    He would have owned up to it and could have Belchicked his way out of it in the future. “No comment, I’ve already discussed that.” But, that takes stones and not too many of us (I’m not sure I could) could do it. You want to explain over and over again as opposed to make a statement and have everyone refer to the statement from that point on.

    All the press after that would have “Yeah, but…” But what? He addressed it, he owned up it, he’s not going to talk about it anymore. You bring it up, he asks you if you read or heard his statement about it. If you know the statement you say I’ve already answered. If you don’t know the statement you say I’ve already answered.

  • z
    April 4, 2018 at 3:21 pm

    I guess he’s was a free range child where the parents didn’t do any monitoring. It’s more of a reflection on them then him.

    “Mom? Dad? Can I have a cell phone?”

    As opposed to
    “Sure, but we will want access to the phone on a regular basis to see what you are up to”.
    “But, that’s not fair”.
    “No monitoring = no phone”.

    The internet is forever. He had better hope he makes the NBA. Personally, I would hesitate hiring him. Even if the business can look past this, the businesses customers may not. At the end of the day, my personal fulfillment is more important than losing money because I have an employee who was an ass as a young teen. Businesses don’t need those kinds of headaches.

    Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

  • TortugaNino
    April 4, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    Meek Mill is from Philadelphia…js

  • Sloppy
    April 4, 2018 at 1:07 pm

     This is absolutely ridiculous, but like many other things these days, this is absolutely 100% Donald Trump’s fault. These SJW “journalists” are still so mad that Hillary lost,  yet they can do nothing about it, so they are just lashing out in anyway that they can with liberal bullshit. 

  • Hughbo Mont
    April 4, 2018 at 1:02 pm

    If the coach had any balls he’d stick up for the kid and tell USA Today pound sand. He just won the national title – they going to fire him? LOL

  • fordsnharleys
    April 4, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    It’s not unheard of to have your phone open and your friends have fun with it.

  • Real_Finn
    April 4, 2018 at 12:30 pm

    So a kid can’t be a kid anymore. Instead they have to resort to, “It wasn’t me.”, “I was hacked.”, – or worse – “I’m truly sorry if I offended anyone.”.

    I’m pretty sure that’s what 12, 13, and 14 year olds do. They offend/annoy/entertain the shit out of EVERYONE (and sometimes it’s pretty funny).

    He has ZERO to apologize for – grow the fuck up USA Today. After the NBA, this kid could write for Judd Apatow easily. His tweets are hilarious.

  • Kanacke Hasser
    April 4, 2018 at 12:14 pm

    The kid got into Villanova. He’s not some Westfield State hoodrat.

    Regardless, another liberal PC witch hunt has been enacted. The foolishness goes on forever.

  • ElJefe72
    April 4, 2018 at 11:59 am

    Facebook and Twitter are the devil’s work.

  • That's it....just a little lower
    April 4, 2018 at 11:58 am

    Who doesn’t love when a girl licks their butthole? I mean he’s from Delaware…..must be northern otherwise he would’ve wrote “I love it when my sister licks my butthole….”

  • Stunt Penis
    April 4, 2018 at 11:52 am

    Just another example of why I have no social media accounts, and never will.

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