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Whoops! Draymond Green accidentally posted his manhood on Snapchat story


This is obviously some very unfortunate events for Draymond Green. A few days after he settled the assault case between him and Michigan State senior cornerback Jermaine Edmondson, his name was in the headlines for a very different reason. Green reportedly posted a picture of his manhood on his Snapchat story -- in which everyone who follows you on Snapchat can see. Green is currently in Rio De Janeiro for the 2016 Summer Olympics with the U.S. Basketball team.

Green initially claimed that he was hacked, but he now has told reporters in Rio he "pushed the wrong button" on his Snapchat app and that the post was "intended to be a private message."

Green, per Bleacher Report, added, "We're all one click away from placing something in the wrong place. I suffered from that this morning."

We won't post photos of the actual Snapchat, which was, obviously, screenshot by various people but this is obviously an embarrassing way to have your name in the news. Let's take this as a lesson that we all need to be very careful on social media.


[H/T Sporting News]