The tweet speaks for itself, so I’ll keep it brief. But this is proof why adults should stay off of social media. Furthermore, this is why kids don’t accept their parents’ friend requests on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Deion Sanders is no exception. What confuses me is why people of such status feel the need to share anything personal on Twitter. He can go on Twitter and say “Hey!” and he would get 1,000 RTs. That’s one of the perks of being rich and famous and a former superstar. People will always love you and what you have to say, no matter what it is. But when you put yourself out there and tell your son to essentially stop acting like a poor person, you deserve to be publicly ridiculed. I do respect the honesty though. Everyone knows he’s rich, but sometimes you just need to spell it out for people. Tweeting about your son’s million dollar trust fund is no different than cruising around in a flashy sports car.
The “Lololol” was a nice touch though. It’s like saying no offense after saying something incredibly mean and offensive to someone. Makes it all go away, like it never even happened.