Back in 2013, Marshall Henderson, then a basketball player at Ole Miss, was suspended indefinitely for failing a drug test. The news of his suspension inspired Fox Sports broadcaster Erin Andrews to send out this tweet:
— Erin Andrews (@ErinAndrews) July 10, 2013
The joke here was that Henderson had garnered something of a reputation for his, uh, contentious relationship with opposing fans.
A competitive man, Henderson promised to remember Andrews’ comment for as long as need be. "I won't forget this," he probably muttered to himself.
@ErinAndrews ima save that and you will be the first person ill mock 🙀
— marshall henderson (@NativeFlash22) July 10, 2013
Then this month, nearly two years later, Andrews’ boyfriend, NHL hockey player Jarret Stoll, was arrested on suspected possession of cocaine and ecstasy in Las Vegas. Upon hearing the news, Henderson knew exactly what to do.
@ErinAndrews .... lol wassup with your boyfriend?!
— marshall henderson (@NativeFlash22) April 20, 2015
The lesson here: Don’t do drugs. Or don’t make fun of people who do drugs. Or don’t make fun of people who do drugs if you hang with people who do drugs. Or don’t make fun of people at all? Honestly, no idea what the lesson is here.