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Hassan Whiteside Claims Tweet Saying He’ll Move Out Of The Country To Hawaii Is Fake

What a night, what a night. Emotions were high during the Presidential debate. I’m talking emotions at an all-time high even to the point where Hassan Whiteside of the Portland Trail Blazers allegedly sent out a tweet saying “i can’t do this for four more years f–k America bro im moving to Hawaii.”

Whiteside, not exactly known as a target for fake tweet creators out there, then went on to claim #fakenews.

“This photoshopped more Fake news i see It’s not even 9:36 where I’m at,” Whiteside proclaimed as his defense for not knowing Hawaii is part of the United States. A quick check of his Instagram account shows Whiteside was in Seattle Tuesday.

Whether it’s fake or not, moving to Hawaii doesn’t sound like a horrible idea to me. Think about that six hour time difference for watching football on Sundays. You get up at 8 a.m., pound kegs and eggs, watch the early NFL games and you’re ultimately done with the NFL by like 5 and you’re at the beach finishing off the day.

Whiteside just might be onto something here.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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  1. Is he already saying that Trump is going to win? Still, F America? A guy who could be working 8-4 at Mickey Ds, or in a warehouse, or delivering stuff, is instead making millions playing a sport I used to love. Yeah, I can see why he can’t take it any more. Brah, I live in Hawaii, surrounded by idiot liberals. We don’t need more liberals here, especially dumb ones. Stay on the mainland, you moron.

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