“Don’t show that weirdo no love homie.”
That’s what Javaris Crittenton wrote on Twitter in response to a Tweet sent by @TazWube on August 14. A piece I’ve written regarding Crittenton’s now-defunct Twitter account resides on ESPN’s TrueHoop.
@TazWube #np Spend it/2 chainz– he says he brings all his guns to work–gibert arenas… Makes me remember I miss Agent O.. 6’4 and unstoppable!!
His “Gibert” Arenas (sans the ‘l’, pronounced GUY-burt) could only play, by means of misspelling, to the potential of Andray Baltche, one would assume.
Crittenton’s exact reply:
@JayCrittDTE What up fam? Be in DC next week. Don’t show that weirdo no love homie. “@TazWube: he says he brings all his guns to work–gibert arenas…
Well publicized is Arenas’s deleted Tweet on August 26 from his now also defunct Twitter account, not long after a murder warrant was issued for Crittenton’s arrest:
@agentzeroshow: i really wanna say sumthing but i wont becuz theirs a dead women invovled…
Snide, snarky and spelling not so well. We are all guilty.
Find a guy on the street, one with a semblance of awareness of the Washington Wizards (he must know that Oleksiy Pecherov got buckets … too broad?), and ask him if Arenas was a [pause for dramatic effect and then slowly say under your breath] WEIRDO?
Ask an ex teammate or so, perhaps another type of close acquaintance, what Arenas really wanted to say about Crittenton on Twitter before he stopped tweeting; their guesses would vary like the curvature of rings in a tree trunk.
One thing I am sure of, weirdo or not, is that this whole Javaris Crittenton thing is weird. Suspicious. Yet to be unfolded.