Evan Fournier teases Celtics fans by telling Google his last name
Evan Fournier: NBA player and evil trakets.
Fournier, who traded from Magic to Celtics on Thursday, had it. . . A weird way to present it to Boston fans. The shooting veteran tweeted a seemingly damaging message, telling Celtics supporters of Google’s last name.
Hello @celtics fans,
If you don’t know, please Google my last name.
Not because of that.
– Evan Fournier (@EvanFourmizz) March 25, 2021
For those who don’t know, Fournier shares a name with a horrible type of gangrene. Since rarediseases.com:
“Fournier gangrene is an acute necrotic infection of the scrotum; the penis; or perineum. It is characterized by pain and redness in the scrotum, rapid progression to gangrene, and sloughing of tissues.”
That’s some input, Fournier. A way to become your favorite Boston fan on your first day!
It seems like Fournier spent years telling people about the dangers of searching for their last name and fooling them into writing a horrible search term.
By the way, NOT GOOGLE Fournier. I mean you don’t want to see it
– Evan Fournier (@EvanFourmizz) July 3, 2014
Naturally, Fournier’s tweet created quite a bit of controversy. If he wanted to become a plot on the day of the trade deadline, the mission was fulfilled: