Twitter Not Buying Draymond Green Hacked Snapchat D*ck Pic Flash

Draymond Green is learning the hard lesson this weekend that social media can be both the gift and the curse. The Golden State Warriors star sent out a NSFW photo of “someone’s” junk on Snapchat and said he was hacked only to apologize for the d*ck pic faux pas later by saying he hit the wrong button.

Shortly after the image of the man-junk hit Green’s story timeline on Snapchat, Green tweeted the following: “Hacked….. Can’t win right now.”

He followed with another tweet reading, “LOL sheesh,” but later apologized to reporters as reported by ESPN Houston Rockets beat writer Calvin Watkins.

“Draymond Green said he pushed the wrong button regarding an inappropriate picture on snapchat. He apologized for the incident on Sunday morning,” tweeted Watkins.

Houston Chronicle reporter Jonathan Feigan┬átweeted: “[Draymond] Green said his snapchat snafu was intended to be a private message. ┬áHe knew his mistake immediately, ┬ábut not fast enough.”

After the news broke, Twitter began lightly roasting the talented big man as expected. The slander has been going on since Sunday afternoon and isn’t expected to let up.

We’ve collected the best of the Draymond Green slander we could find on Twitter below and on the following pages. If we’ve missed a favorite of yours, let us know in the comments section.

draymond greenÔÇÖs twitter got ÔÇ£hackedÔÇØ? damn, thatÔÇÖs gotta feel like a punch in the balls.

— neil mccauley (@the_blueprint) July 31, 2016

Looking at Draymond GreenÔÇÖs Snapchat on a Sunday morning like

— Luke Zimmermann (@lukezim) July 31, 2016

Draymond Green hacked?

— ÔôéarcusD (@_MarcusD_) July 31, 2016

Draymond Green is having a rough summer:-NBA Finals Loss-Arrested-Posted inappropriate picture on Snapchat

— 120 Sports (@120Sports) July 31, 2016

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