University Of Florida Girl Matches With Ole Miss Basketball Player On Tinder And Exposes Their Convo At The Game
You can never truly know someone until you take a deep dive into their Tinder conversations. There is no more raw, vulnerable time in a man or woman’s life than semi-anonymously trying to get strangers to fulfill your hedonistic desires while taking a dump at work. I’d rather share my internet search history during a company-wide conference call when my roommates were away and my sole mission was to ectoplasm ever inch of our living room.
For an Ole Miss basketball star, his presumed private conversations with a University of Florida young lady when his team was in town for a game spread like wildfire through the student section at Florida’s Stephen C. O’Connell Center during game.
Ole Miss guard Breein Tyree was up late on Tuesday night swiping on Tinder in Gainesville looking for some temporary lovin’. He matched with a young lady and they indulged each other in a conversation that ultimately led to a failed meet-up. Happens a billion times a day in online dating. Brush it off and move on.
Not so fast. The student printed out her conversation with Breein and distributed the copies to hundreds of fans at the Ole Miss v. Florida basketball game. Fans used it to troll him during warmups for Wednesday’s contest by reading the messages aloud during warmups.
He’s sent four messages without sending a cock shot. Is this supposed to embarrass him or make him President of the #MeToo movement?
This is expert level Tinder play by Breein. Tell her you’re just getting out of the shower so she has no choice but to think of you naked. It’s innocuous, by scandalous.
Desperation is starting to set in. Breein could be cueing up some PornHub tabs.
This is next level restraint. She is trying to bait him into faux cyber sex and he isn’t showing his cards. They don’t make ’em like this guy anymore.
This is one of the most cordial exchange on Tinder I’ve seen. I saw exactly zero mushroom tips or eggplant emojis or shirtless mirror selfies. Those who say chivalry is dead haven’t encountered Breein Tyree. A gentleman’s gentleman.
[h/t Saturday Down South]