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    Mohammed Wahdan
    Resides in Cleveland, Ohio
    21-year old Cleveland Cavaliers fan
    Formerly employed as an apprentice with Holton-Wise Property Group in Parma, Ohio
    Twitter Handle: @SoftCaramelKiss
    Tweeted, and later deleted, a vulgar message concerning Stephen and Ayesha Curry's 3 year-old daughter, Riley, during the NBA Finals (08 Jun. 2016)
    Tweet received viral attention after being responded to by Stephen Curry's sister, Sydel Curry, which was retweeted by the official Golden State Warriors account (@warriorsworld)
    Mounting outrage on Twitter resulted in his employment being promptly terminated by Holton-Wise Property ownership
    His feed is full of pro-PLO content.
    He was set off by a wholly innocent tweet from Sydel Curry waiting for a flight to Cleveland.
    He tweeted for Sydel and her 'whole family' to 'get the fuck out of Cleveland,' telling them to 'take Riley's faggott ass' with them.
    Many questioned his life priorities as he rationalized his firing by saying the real losers were the Warriors - who went on to lose in subsequent games.
    He was defiantly unrepentant even after his firing, even doubling down on the 'faggot' insult (directed at an infant) in the following days.
    He claimed responsibility for Stephen Curry being off his game following the incident, boasting about it on Twitter (and whose to say its untrue - is that something to be proud of?)
    He tried to hit on Sydel Curry when she engaged him on Twitter after his firing.
    When asked by a Twitter user 'Did we learn something this week young buck...or does @sydelcurry have to put you in check?' he replied 'she gotta put me in check again.'
    His boss only fired him after discovering that this wasn't an isolated incident, as his feed showed a history of ugly tweets (e.g. saying Harriet Tubman's face should be on a Food Stamp card instead of the $20 bill).
    He reportedly found another job within days of being fired.
    He claimed he didn't actually expect Sydel Curry to even see his message, let alone respond to it.
    He was vindicated after the Cavaliers pulled past the Warriors to secure their first NBA Championship.
    He tweeted to fans filling up his boss' personal email account with angry messages 'Everybody leave @HoltonWise out of this. its not fair to give a business a bad look because of one individuals actions.'
    He told Fox-8 that he 'didn't mean anything' by the tweet, telling them 'I have my own life outside of work, I have my own personality outside out of work. I don't expect to be a real estate agent 24/7. I didn't mean to offend anyone by those tweets, it was game day. I was just talking.'
    Sydel took much of the blame for his firing, even though the entire episode occurred within the span of her plane ride (she was shocked when she found out what happened).
    Some critiqued his tweet by saying that it wouldn't have been as bad had Riley been described by something less outlandish (presumably they'd prefer 'brat' or something?)
    It was oddly refreshing to see a social media user who lost his job from a tweet not release a self-pitying 'apology message' trying to save face.

Credit: BoyWiththeGreenHair

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