FSU Asked Fans To Submit Questions To Jameis Winston On Twitter And It Backfired Horribly

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Nice Move

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Somebody in the FSU social media department really shit the bed on this one.

Earlier today, a bright mind in Tallahassee devised the genius plan of allowing the public to submit questions through Twitter to their controversial superstar quarterback using #AskJameis.

Jameis has been a handful since he first found the college football spotlight, with incidents ranging from an alleged rape, to a bench clearing brawl during a baseball game, and even stealing crab legs from Publix. With that pretty little list of incidents in his past, it’s a surprise that anyone in Tallahassee could have thought opening Jameis up to questions from the general public was a solid idea.

The original tweet was released at 9:13 a.m. this morning.

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Innocent enough, right? Well, the trolls caught on quickly, and the outlandish questions began pouring in.

The Q&A started off fairly tame.



However, it didn’t take long for it to get real ugly.


Thankfully, mixed it with the rape and crab legs tweets were a nice variety of bizarre, yet hilarious questions for the quarterback.















***UPDATE 6:00 p.m. CT***

Here are some of the best pictures from the #AskJameis frenzy.



Check out all of the #AskJameis tweets HERE.

Image via YouTube

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