Draymond Green Sending Out A Dick Pic Is What Snapchat Was Made For

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Golden State Warriors and U.S. Olympic team forward Draymond Green apologized for posting a picture of his penis on social media.

The picture was posted for about 10 minutes Sunday afternoon on Snapchat, then was taken down.

“I apologize for the situation. It’s clearly not what I was trying to do,” he said.

Green said he knew instantly he made a mistake and took the photo down.

“It was a situation where it was meant to be a private message,” Green said. “I kinda hit the wrong button and it sucks. It was meant to be private. We’re all one click away from placing something in the wrong place, and I suffered from that this morning.”

Green made his comments prior to Team USA’s practice at the Toyota Center.

Immediately after the picture was removed, Green had tweeted:

First things first can we stop calling this a “mistake.” Posting your dong as your my story instead of sending it to its intended recipient is what I would call an “accident.” It’s just like texting your grandma about all the blow you did, or butt dialing someone while talking shit about them, or backing your car into a tree. You didn’t mean to, and now you’ve caused yourself quite the headache. Especially in the tree example.

I’m sure you’ll see a bunch of hit pieces saying Draymond needs to “mature” and “grow up” and “get a better angle on his cock shots.” But is there anything more ridiculous than this headline on ESPN?

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Oh so Draymond needs to “learn” from this now? What does he need to learn besides remembering not to hit the my story button? Cause you better not be telling me Draymond shouldn’t be sending dick pics on Snapchat. That’s the whole reason the app was invented. So people like him could send out explicit photos without the photo being saved and used against him later. So kids everywhere could grow a pair and send nudes without fear of being called “undersized,” like a 3-4 linebacker who’s a hell of a pass rusher but lacks traditional length.

So I say we all stop persecuting Green. It’s not like he’s married and got caught shopping his knob around to side pieces. He’s just a 26-year-old dude trying to get his sext game on en route to the Olympics. In countries like Brazil that’s celebrated. Here we ask “what about the children?” and “why didn’t he use better lighting?”

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