In recent years, the Florida State Seminoles fan base has made quite the name for themselves. Like every fan base, there are the good apples and the bad apples, but unfortunately for the Seminoles, “FSU Twitter” has become well-known for the mob-like mentality that they show when defending their favorite team against anything and everything.
The most recent case comes with a tone deaf t-shirt that was shared by one proud fan.
Recently, running back Dalvin Cook was found not guilty on misdemeanor assault charges. During the case, it was revealed that Cook told his accuser that he would be able to “buy her” and that she should “Google” him.
Well, with Cook returning to the practice field, fans are showing just how proud they are with shirts that mock the entire situation by reading “Google Us” on the front and Cook’s No. 4 on the back.
Not even sorry 💁🏼🏈 pic.twitter.com/RttpIvT3wV
— Tegan Weaver (@teganweaver_) August 26, 2015
Of course, anyone that can understand violence of this matter is no joking matter will be upset with the shirts, but this little “creative adventure” has lead to numerous fans asking where they can get their own.
Let’s hope these don’t become too popular. It would just be another bad look for a fan base already under fire.
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