Robert Griffin III says social media has made too many people comfortable disrespecting people without consequences.
He made the revelation on Twitter and his post gathered a lot of reactions.
Social media is indeed causing the free flow of disrespect, notwithstanding, the positive aspect of it exceeds that of the negative.
Read a few contributions and jab gathered on his post beneath:
RG3 knows the Ravens are a sinking ship and his Football career is nearly finished. Now that Lamar will be out of the league for terrible play soon, they’ll be no need for @RGIII. So he’s now working on his transition to be a twitter cop and punishment distributor. Good luck 👍
— HittzBurg HeadHunters (@HittzburgHH) November 20, 2020
I am so glad you helped make his point
— shipwreck (@shipwreck75) November 20, 2020
Most of them are in their mom's basement in their underwear, so maybe they would have time to think while they were putting their pants on.
— Tony (@TheCowboy26) November 21, 2020
Im beyond shocked that Robert Griffin the 3rd's tweet wasn't an original thought.
— Misha (@TheBearJu1) November 20, 2020
Cancel culture has to do with shutting people down for having differing opinions. Disrespect is different
— Ben (@BLawver5) November 20, 2020
Agreed. Celebrities influencing national politics is a no no.
— Jonah Mack (@DrTyrminus) November 20, 2020
Tier 1 is people who have a real name so they stand behind what they say. These can be given respect regardless if we agree or if they’re polite.
2 is people who are anonymous but contribute with wit or are genuine
3 is anonymous people who talk smack they’d never say for real
— Joshua Hoffman (@josh_e_hoffman) November 20, 2020
Keyboard muscles are stronger than any muscle in the human body …,hide behind an avatar don’t give your real name and type things you would never ever say to them in person
— Brian zapolski (@Zippy7410) November 20, 2020