SJ - December 1, 2021
Bears reporter Brad Biggs sent a tweet out on Tuesday that he instantly regretted. He accidentally tweeted a picture of a woman in a bikini and deleted it moments later. Unfortunately for him screenshots of the tweet were taken.
— Patrick Patel (@HotRodBlago30) November 30, 2021
Biggs appeared to spend the rest of the day off of Twitter, but his followers did not and they were more than happy to remind him about the picture.
My question is what is the deal with this tweet my man? pic.twitter.com/cS2siChIEE
— patorioto (@patorioto) November 30, 2021
Incredible timing here pic.twitter.com/JZpgQ7I7RC
— dunking bathrobe flaps in toilet after diarrhea (@HoungSheldon) November 30, 2021
— Los Toros están de vuelta (@Dpriemerone) November 30, 2021
My question is, why are you this horny? pic.twitter.com/USYku7U4XN
— eamus catuli (@LACubsFan) November 30, 2021
Whose ass was that
— Eloy Jiménez (@EloyGOAT) November 30, 2021
— Uber Rock JDB (@Toronto1) November 30, 2021
Where is the booty?!
— matthew butler (@butler742) December 1, 2021
— McMeddler (@TheMcMeddler) November 30, 2021
We all get a little too excited online, but most of us can control ourselves. I never get the accidental posting of a picture or a link to porn on social media. It's just a brain that's functioning in a bonk fog. Don't tweet in a bonk fog, take care of business then get back to social media.
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