If you want to know why so much misinformation is spread so easily and many millions of people will believe it, then look no further than a photo that was spread around of Draymond Green wearing a pro-vaccine shirt at Media day.
The photo of Green throwing up a peace sign while wearing a shirt with a cartoon COVID-19 vaccine saying “f—k it, die then” began circulating around on social media amid comments from his teammate Andrew Wiggins.
Only problem here is that not only is the shirt photoshopped, but Green wasn’t even at Media Day to begin with.
It got so viral that Green had to speak out about it on Instagram.
“They got y’all. Believe half of what you see,” Green wrote while providing the real shirt which was shared by former ESPN reporter Rachel Nichols back in 2017.
Green rocked the shirt after then-Thunder guard Russell Westbrook posted an Instagram of a tiered cupcake stand back in 2016, a sly dig at Kevin Durant moving to the Warriors.