paul george lance stephenson pacers 2014I don't know if this guy is trolling or not, but I guess it's safe to say he's dead serious after he wrote a column about it just now. Mike Wise, a sports columnist for the Washington Post, wrote some very interesting tweets on Wednesday prior to the Indiana Pacers' Game 2 playoff matchup with the Wizards. Wise questioned the hip hop/rap music the Pacers players were listening to.


Wise didn't know who Tyga was.

That wasn't too much of a big deal, I guess...until he tweeted this:

Wise got a lot of hate, of course, from his tweets and for good reason. He replied to the people and claimed there were black female reporters around him questioning the music. After all of that, he wrote this column:

Apparently, this isn't the first time Wise has done something controversial on social media. Back in 2010, he was suspended from the Post after he falsely reported, on purpose, about a Ben Roethlisberger suspension. Also, a fellow writer on the Post dissed him on Wednesday, too.

If that isn't enough, he's had his ankles broken by Kobe Bryant:




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