ESPN Student Reporter Tweeted Joke About The FSU Shooter Coming For Jameis Winston, Quickly Plays The ‘Hacked’ Card
As we just reported, three students were wounded early this morning when a gunman opened fire in FSU’s Strozier Library. Marisa Martin, a reporter for ESPNU’s Campus Connection (but not an ESPN employee) tweeted a joke out of her personal account that maybe, just maybe, the shooter was coming for Jameis Winston.
After realizing how fucking idiotic that tweet is, she closed her account. But not before someone could screencap her tasteless stupidity.
ESPN reporter jokes about FSU shooting, then deletes her Twitter acct after outrage pic.twitter.com/TVqY046xiU
— Jon Passantino (@passantino) November 20, 2014
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsThat wasn’t the end of Martin’s night, though. She took to the Campus Connection Twitter handle to tell the world that her account was “hacked.” Presumably because she thinks people are goddamn morons who would ever believe that. Nice try, Marisa.
@marisam24 here just letting everyone at FSU know this account was compromised tonight. Sincere apologies and an investigation is underway — AL Campus Connection (@UACampusConnect) November 20, 2014
The account was hacked into and we are trying to remedy the situation as best as we can.
— AL Campus Connection (@UACampusConnect) November 20, 2014