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If the media is too dumb to realize his name is spelled wrong on the fake account then that's their fault. If you're a Gamecock and don't know how to spell Clowney then that's your fault.
People are dumb, yes, but none of what you said means that someone should be allowed to go around pretending to be speaking on some else's behalf in front of 50,000 followers multiple times a day without making it 100% clear. Most all fake accounts for famous people either say "Fake" or "Not" in front of the handle or in the description say "This is not the real....". They did this because they know that if they don't they'll get sued. This Clowney fake is some loser ACTUALLY trying to sound like he's Clowney and saying some dumb ass things. It's not right and the school or Clowney himself needs to put a stop to it (and they are I believe). When national media people unknowingly retweet it to hundreds of thousands of followers it effects Clowney's, and the school's, national image. Not good and can't be completely undone just by saying "Oh, that wasn't really his account."
This post was edited by elcidcock 15 months ago
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