Is Eric Bledsoe the worst liar in the NBA? | The Tylt
Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe had a very interesting tweet saying, “I Dont wanna be here.” The tweet spread through Twitter, with NBA fans assuming me meant he didn’t want to be with the rebuilding franchise anymore. Bledsoe told the Suns' general manager that he was referring to being in a hair salon. Was he telling the truth? 🏀
Is Eric Bledsoe the worst liar in the NBA?
Like many tense workplace situations, it all started with a tweet. Eric Bledsoe tweeted, "I Dont wanna be here." Many NBA fans took it to mean he didn't want to be with the Suns, but he insists he was talking about being at a hair salon when didn't want to be. Do you believe him?
I Dont wanna be here— Eric Bledsoe (@EBled2) October 22, 2017
If you look up "flimsy" in the dictionary, you will find Bledsoe's excuse. It's pretty obvious that the Suns are rebuilding, going nowhere and going to lose a ton of games. Any competitive NBA player would hate being in a situation like that. You don't have to lie about it.
Bledsoe came right out and said he didn't want to be with the organization anymore, and it's a lot more respectable than trying to cover it up. Instead, Bledsoe is trying to defend the worst lie ever.
Take a look at Bledsoe's Twitter feed. Does this look like a guy that would tweet any dissatisfaction on a platform he doesn't use frequently? He has random tweets with no context, so him tweeting about being a hair salon would not be out of the ordinary.
Bledsoe is just the victim of bad timing and a desperate NBA fan base thirsty for drama. Bledsoe is not a liar.