He better hope President Obama’s online connection is out.
NFL star Darnell Dockett risked the wrath of the commander-in-chief by reposting a creepy Instagram photo of 16-year-old First Daughter Malia Obama.
The profile shot of Malia wearing tight jeans was initially posted by user dubbed “dreday_4” who also posted the caption, “When her prom?”
Docket, 33, an Arizona Cardinals defensive standout, apparently thought it was so funny, he commented “Omgggg” on the post.
The three-time Pro Bowler made the mistake of taking it a step further by reposting the shot with a fresh caption reading, “LmFaooo” — social-media speak for “laughing my f—— ass off.”
The post immediately drew a blitz of criticism.
“That is not cute,” wrote Cynthia Wesley on the website TheGrio.com. “If you had a daughter, you would want men of all ages to respect her . . . one’s mouth is one’s biggest enemy.”
On the same website, Yolanda Gomez added, “He just proved he is just another dumb jock!”
“I think he should be suspended,” Gomez wrote. “People have to learn these girls didn’t ask to be in the limelight and they should be respected.”
Following the fallout, Dockett deleted the photo from his social media account. He then copped to reposting the Instagram photo Monday in tweet urging everyone to stay calm.
“Yall chill,” Dockett tweeted, “I never said anything about the presidents daughter ‘not one thing.’
“All I did was repost my boy IG pic. Get your facts straight!”
Dockett’s social media misadventures don’t end there. The player live-tweeted his jury duty service Monday, adding some twisted comments.
“Damn I got jury duty today!!!” he tweeted. “F—! I’m not the one for this.”
The bizarre posting of Malia’s picture was the second in as many weeks on social media surrounding the Obama girls.
On Saturday, a Republican congressional aide took to Facebook to blast Malia and her 13-year-old sister Sasha for their “classless” attitudes during the presidential Thanksgiving turkey pardon last week.
“Dress like you deserve respect, not a spot at a bar,” wrote Elizabeth Lauten. She resigned from her job Monday.
Source: Daily News