This Angry Laker Fan Drove 35 Miles On Christmas Day To Defend Kobe Bryant’s Twitter Honor

Yesterday was Christmas, a holiday most people spend with their friends and family eating and drinking, opening presents and being merry. But that wasn’t the case for Twitter users @MyTweetsRealAF and @SnottieDrippen, who used the day to get into a heated battle over Kobe Bryant. A battle that ended with one man driving 35 minutes to fight the Kobe hater.

“…find out what happens when people stop being polite… and start getting real.”

Now, to give you some background here, @SnottieDrippen is quite the troll and he tweets a lot (324,000 times), especially about basketball.

Then it got real.

This is headed in an ugly direction.

Then it got real because @mytweetsrealaf made the 35 minute drive to Temecula.

But Snottie Drippen wasn’t in California, he was “chillin’ at his mom’s crib in Arizona.

It went back and forth like that for awhile and people started to notice. Bomani Jones, an ESPN personality, threw his his two cents in when @mytweetsrealaf played the respect card.

Who’s the winner in all of this? I’m not quite sure to tell you the truth. But I do know you’re either #TeamSnottie or #TeamRealAF — you can’t be on the fence with this one. Because Twitter is real life and real life leads to real people encounters on Christmas day in parking lots in Temecula, California.

[Black Sports Online]