Al Horford's sister Anna has somehow been involved in the uncomfortable situation between Ime Udoka and the Boston Celtics. The outspoken lady has been flooded with fake comments on social media, and she's tired of all the noise, which led her to send a big message.
Ime Udoka and the Boston Celtics stirred the pot in recent hours after the head coach was suspended for one year for violating the team's organizational guidelines after having an improper relationship with a female member of the team staff. This obviously was met with a lot of surprise by the entire community, while others took the chance to play some jokes.
One of them involved Al Horford's sister Anna, who had has a terrific relationship with Celtics Nation, always talking about how much she missed seeing her brother in the city when Al left for the Philadelphia 76ers. Well, now things could be changing after many people started spreading fake rumors about her.
Al Horford’s Sister Fires Back At Troll Account Claiming She Had An Affair With Ime Udoka
Twitter page 'Cock Sources' sent out a tweet with a fake report of Udoka and Horford hooking up, many people apparently shared the tweet with Anna, which didn't sit well with her.
After a while, she couldn't take it anymore and called out the people who kept sending the tweet to her.
“I get that this is a troll account, but I’ve been spammed with these messages all day. It’s not funny. I get that you just want clicks, but you’re fucking with real people who have nothing to do with this. It’s really not okay.”
Troll accounts are a pretty common thing around the NBA community, and most fans enjoy them. It's very funny to see that some people even fall for certain fake quotes on the internet, but it's not entertaining for everybody. Anna has had enough of that, and now she's trying to put that to rest.
The Celtics made their decision, suspending Udoka for one year, and the head coach has expressed his regret about the whole situation. We hope this is the end of this, and they can focus on winning a championship instead of external issues.