After Sports Illustrated released the Jason Collins story, Mike Wallace took to twitter to voice his offensive opinion regarding gays. When will athletes ever learn that you can’t erase your history on the internet no matter what attempts you try at deleting all records of it ever occurring? If you never understood the actions of a dumb athlete, Mike Wallace has surely provided a great example of why it is best to keep your opinions to yourself.
Wallace’s first tweet:
Mike Wallace. Already deleted… RT @wallace17_dakid: All these beautiful women in the world and guys wanna mess with other guys SMH…
— Sarah Spain(@SarahSpain) April 29, 2013
Wallace then deleted the tweet and said this:
Never said anything was right or wrong I just said I don’t understand!! Deeply sorry for anyone that I offended
— Mike Wallace (@Wallace17_daKid) April 29, 2013
Wallace tried to delete his tweet but it was far too late because his tweet was already floating around the twitter-verse to millions of followers and followers of followers. Wallace tried to clean up his comment by tweeting an apology, however, now people can get an idea of who he truly is, again, big mistake by Mike Wallace, his actions do not speak on the behalf of the Miami Dolphins and I’m sure he will be hearing from his organization soon, he’s already hearing an earful from thousands of angry twitter followers.