I’ve never sold drugs before so I don’t know a lot about building a drug-dealing brand to increase a client base while maintaining anonymity and staying out of the watchful eye of law enforcement. I have a marketing degree from the prestigious Gatton College of Business and Economics at the University of Kentucky, but the next drug I sell will be the first drug I sell.
With that being said, I am fairly confident this is a tweet one should not send if participating in drug trafficking-related activities. I think it’s an even worse idea if said person is a student-athlete on a student-athlete budget.
Marcus Walker, though: he wanted his 2,500+ Twitter followers to know that he’s two-stepping counting paper; it’s his money dance, he says.
Two-stepping counting paper that's my money dance?? pic.twitter.com/zsreW61vjJ
— Marcus Walker (@prim3tim3jr4) March 13, 2017
In my opinion, the photo was a pretty poor PR move by the young man who likely saw his college football career come to an end with a Thursday morning arrest for trafficking more than five pounds of marijuana and four grams of cocaine.