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Kevin Durant Fires Back At Fan Who Tried To Roast Him For Referring To Himself As A God: "U Lettin Another Man's Vernacular Get You Riled Up."

Kevin Durant Fires Back At Fan Who Tried To Roast Him For Referring To Himself As A God: "U Lettin Another Man's Vernacular Get You Riled Up."

At this point, there is not a day that passes in the NBA offseason without Kevin Durant calling out some fan or the other on Twitter. Durant's social media presence is an excellent one, he is constantly engaging with just about everyone at every given opportunity. While this has earned him hate, it has also led to criticism, with many not liking what he has to say. 

Durant has clapped back at fans so many times recently, that it's almost easy to lose track. His latest interaction came following an Instagram Live he did with musician Jay Electronica that saw the two share some interesting conversations. Another fan tweeted about it, to which KD responded in his unique manner, referring to himself as a god. 

Kevin Durant: "Gods have to fellowship."

Akorede: "Lol you and this God talk."

Durant often refers to himself as a god, something that has also been previously criticized by a lot of fans. True to form, he has not stopped doing so at any point, though, and he took this time to clap back at the fan that called him out for it immediately. 

"U lettin another man’s vernacular get u riled up. Tighten up my g."

Durant has often discussed how he doesn't live his life by anyone else's expectations, just his own. He tweeted a while ago that his legacy has been dead since he joined the Golden State Warriors in 2016, and he certainly acts like it now. It'll be curious to see if fans stop going at him, considering how many of them he roasts regularly. 

There are bigger things for KD to worry about, so it makes sense that he is also possibly distracting himself by doing this. His future with the Brooklyn Nets looks murkier than ever, and with the team reportedly still hoping that they can run it back, it's still hard to say where Durant goes from here.