But it’s not all good news. The Los Angeles Lakers were banned from Twitter this week after they tweeted in support of gun control, leading to Westbrook’s sudden switch.
The Lakers tweeted, “Gun control is an important issue that needs to be addressed. #endgunviolence”
Twitter was quick to respond, and the tweet was removed almost immediately. The social media giant then issued a statement saying the Lakers had violated their terms of service and were now banned from the platform.
The Twitter ban has caused outrage among pro-gun advocates, who accused the Lakers of advocating for a “liberal agenda.”
“This is ridiculous. It’s obvious that the Lakers are trying to push their own political agenda,” said pro-gun advocate Henry Jenkins. “They should be allowed to express their opinion without fear of reprisal.”
This incident has sparked a conversation about the power of social media and the influence it has on public opinion. It’s clear that the Lakers are now feeling the repercussions of their pro-gun control message.
In the wake of this controversy, Westbrook is now the starting point guard for the Clippers and is expected to make an immediate impact. It’s unclear whether the Lakers will be able to regain access to their Twitter account, but one thing’s for sure: the power of social media is not to be taken lightly.
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