Rob Gronkowski has a message for the ‘grammar police’
If you’re a famous person on social media, it’s an absolute guarantee that one of your followers will point out any spelling error or typo you might make. Rob Gronkowski, for one, is absolutely sick of it.
Gronkowski mostly uses his personal Twitter account – which has 1.53 million followers – to plug products or share news about his public appearances, but the tweets he sends that aren’t advertisements are typically very well proofread. Gronk was burned by his followers last week, however, when he tweeted WWE superstar Mojo Rawley.
It's gonna be a crazy 4 days….I hope everyone can #STAYHYPED enough to appreciate all the mayhem. Are you up for the challenge?Article continues below ...
— Mojo Rawley (@MojoRawleyWWE) August 20, 2016
No, your way to wild for me. 🙊 https://t.co/hVutMd4Y8v
— Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) August 20, 2016
— Duke and Boy Show (@dukeandboy) August 20, 2016
It took 11 days, but Gronkowski finally fired back.
— Rob Gronkowski (@RobGronkowski) August 31, 2016