It is a common (and sometimes erroneous) assumption that NBA players have burner accounts they use to interact with fans on social media without them (or the media) knowing about it.
But it is far less common for NBA stars such as Boston Celtics wing Jaylen Brown to use their personal accounts to respond directly to a comment or question on the internet for all sorts of good reasons. But in a new video for GQ Sports, the Georgia native sat down and made a point of personally responding to fans commenting to or about him on social media.
Watch the clip embedded below to see what Brown has to say to unsuspecting fans on Twitter, Instagram, and beyond on the latest in their series of video shorts called “Actually Me”.
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