Kevin Negandhi Wants Someone to Love
You know, I would say that Kevin Neghandi, an ESPN anchor who doesn’t even rate his own Wikipedia entry, is pretty anonymous in the sports universe.
But he’s doing that well enough for himself on Twitter.
And the worst part of this, even worse than spamming links to needfollowers.com? It didn’t work.
Negandhi sits at 263 followers as I type this. Miley Cyrus’ brother has 90,000+ followers. So, Kevin, either do something remarkably dumb to spur some artificial controversy, or learn from your buddy at ESPN and delete the tweets.
Leave the wanting to the best at it.
Postscript: Don’t even get me started on Rick Schroeder.
Post-postscript: Oh, come on.
Post-post-postscript: At least it seems to be resolved now. Note to people on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, what have you: Control your passwords if you’re worried about getting “hacked,” which, frankly, probably isn’t what happened here. Twelve-year-olds can do it; you can, too.