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I know they say hindsight is 20/20, but how foolish of us to think that Chandler Parsons would resist the urge to strike again just four days after he got his creep on in the comments of Felicia Sanders’ live stream on Instagram.
Look, I get it. He was probably just going to go for an innocuous question, perhaps “WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE DRINK?” Then this dankinger fellow just swoops in out of nowhere and our boy Chandler is back to square one. He panics, and all he can squeak out of his keyboard is a timid “Hi.” He was so afraid of getting lost in the shuffle of the live stream that he thought this would be better than nothing at all.
If you’re a teammate of Chandler Parsons and happen to be reading this, please keep an eye on the dude. Make sure he’s in a good head space and all that stuff. It takes a lot of courage to come roaring back from that initial “Show me your tits” hail mary only to fall flat once again.
It wouldn’t be fair for me to let Chandler slide, though. Now more than ever, we need to hold our professional athletes accountable for their actions. Charles Barkley once said “I am not a role model,” but the game has changed a lot since ’93. Steph Curry was in kindergarten, and models weren’t going live on Instagram. Hell, I don’t even think Instagram had photo comments back then. Chandler might see no harm in getting a little creepy online every now and then, but he’s not thinking of the influence it could have on those of us without a blue check by our names. Act like you’ve been there before, Parsons..
h/t Busted Coverage
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