Boston Celtics big men Al Horford was entered the NBA’s health and safety protocols ahead of tonight’s game against the Golden State Warriors. Horford already tested positive for COVID once during training camp, causing him to miss the season opener.
Horford is in the midst of a resurgent season in Boston, averaging 12.2 points, 7.8 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 blocks through 24 games.
At the same time that news came down, his sister, Anna was on Twitter causing controversy.
Anna answered a ‘fuck, marry, kill’ question that involved current Celtics players. The married woman stated she would marry Jaylen Brown, fuck Jaysom Tatum, and kill Ime Udoka.
She quickly delted it after it started going viral.
She then explained she had to delte it because somehow men were at fault.
“Had to delete the “marry, f*ck, kill” tweet. Men hate women. This is why we can’t have nice things.”
“I’m married, yes! My husband is an extremely secure Englishman who thought the tweet was funny & that’s how you bag a bad bitch.”
“Awww some of these men are so insecure. Centuries of being in charge & a strong, funny, independent woman comes along & has you losing your god damn minds”
The 35-year-old Horford spent the 2019-20 season with the Philadelphia 76ers before he was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder for the 2020-21 campaign. He rejoined the Celtics in a trade from the Thunder in June.