02 August 2016

Draymond Green Posted His 'Manhood' in Snapchat

Draymon Green and Snapchat
National Basketball Association (NBA) star loudmouth Draymond Green is in hot water after he posted a graphic crotch shot (penis) on his Snapchat account while flying with the Team USA Basketball squad. The Golden State Warriors' All-Star forward claim it was an accident. He wrote on Twitter that his account had been hacked after the photo was posted last 31 July.

Of course, anybody who are familiar with Green's complicated behavior do not believe his claim to innocence. And they were proven to be right all along after Green admitted that it was his all along.

"It was a situation where it was meant to be a private message and kind of hit the wrong button, you know?" he said before the U.S. Olympic men's basketball team practiced. "Like I said, it was meant to be private, but we're all one click away from placing something in the wrong place and I suffered from that this morning."

Green's troubles date to the NBA Finals, when he was suspended for Game 5 for an accumulation of flagrant foul points after hitting LeBron James in the groin area. He was accused in early July 2016 of striking a Michigan State football player in the face outside a restaurant near the school's East Lansing campus and will pay US$ 560 for a noise violation in a deal that gets rid of a misdemeanor assault-and-battery charge.

But Green said he wasn't feeling sorry for himself.

"There's so many people who struggles on a daily basis, that are going through the struggles on the daily basis, that for me to sit here and say I can't catch a break because I got suspended for a game in the finals, or I can't catch a break because of this situation or, like I'm living my dreams, I'm playing in the Olympics," he said. "So to say I can't catch a break, I think that's disrespectful to everybody because like, how many people get to live their dream?"

He and other members of the U.S. team have been posting to social media regularly during an exhibition tour before the Olympics. He said he quickly realized his error, but by then it was too late.

"I figured it out pretty quick, but in this world, quick ain't quick enough," Green said. "Once it's out, it's out."

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