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An Alabama fan has apparently been fired for what he tweeted about the postgame scene between Crimson Tide WR Jermaine Burton and a Tennessee fan. The tweet read...
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"I am glad he did it," the employee allegedly said. "Should have knocked her head off. Not supposed to be on the field anyway."'
Per Outkick, the employee has reportedly been fired...
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"Kele does not stand for or tolerate offensive or hateful comments toward any group or individual. We take this issue very seriously, and as a result, Kele and this employee have parted ways," Kele Solutions tweeted.
(The Spun)





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Saban was cool with it
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If anyone continues to do business with this company then they are shitty human beings
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What is kele?
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What is kele?

It's a nationwide electrical supply company based in Memphis.
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Continuing education is expensive.
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Why tweet when you can say things anonymously on TD.
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As Harvey Updike said, "just too much Alabama in me". Actually he said, "jest tu much Bama nme".
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Just another example of why not to use social media
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And that is why you stay off social media
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Sad dude lost his job over that
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Bama fans are the worst. By a mile. Insufferable pricks just like their coach
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I don't know this situation but I know how management works. This individual was already on the radar for any number of reasons...poor performance, boorish behavior, insubordination, you name it. This person handed the company a ready made reason to part ways with him. This person also handed the company a great (for many perspectives) public relations opportunity. If you think this person got fired for this act alone, I would suggest you might be TFC!
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maybe he had a female boss who doesn't take kind to men advocating hitting women
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Almost every company has a social media policy. This guy knew it before he tweeted what he did. Saying this kind of speech is protected is stupid. It is protected in that he can’t be jailed for it, but his employer can absolutely part way with him for being a dumbass
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it's soft arse tennessee fans firing bama fans because their feelings are hurt, it's the definition of small dick energy.
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Yeah there is an epidemic of people thinking the 1st amendment means they are free from consequences after speaking. 1st amendment means the govt can't censor you.
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@rickdaddy, kind of like when you run onto a sportsfield and get hit??? lol good try tho
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Calling gumps stupid isn't hateful, it's plain facts.
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Up yours bro! What’s with the 19 anyway…your IQ?
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The 19 is the number of chromosome pairs Crimson1st has.
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This kind of reaction to shitty speech is itself shitty. Losing one's job over blurting out some stupid crap is absurd.
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This is where everyone pretends to be outraged despite the same users posting far more horrific comments on this very site...
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Registered on: 9/3/2022

STTDB
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Yet there is no link to the tweet?
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So Larry reads the rant.
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Why draw attention to his association with your CO by tweeting it? Lol Never heard the guy or the CO until now. Just fire him and move on if you want.
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Bad publicity is better than no publicity i guess
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Weird overreaction. Especially since he's correct.
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so you would be ok if it were you mother, daughter or sister getting hit from him OK
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Further proof that you should stay off of social media, especially Twitter.
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