The tweet was forwarded to Deadspin by a tipster before it was deleted.
Marcus, a former Univerisity of Central Florida (UCF) basketball player, is no stranger to Twitter scandal as he previously appeared to solicit a porn star through the social media platform. He’s also bragged in a tweet about dropping close to $50,000 in one day in Las Vegas.
On Sunday, Jordan used his rather checkered Twitter past to argue the picture wasn’t his:
Marcus Jordan @ORDAINMJ : My homies hitting me up talking about some pic that was posted from my account.. I mean really? Y’all think I don’t know how to work this?
Marcus Jordan @ORDAINMJ : Whoever it was posted it and deleted it.. THEN posted that “mistake” tweet on my page.. Lol Good one.. But #CmonSon that ain’t me.
Marcus Jordan @ORDAINMJ : This would be my what, 3rd “accidental” tweet.. #FOH
There is no surprise Marcus claimed it was a hack, just like he did the time he got caught offering money to a porn star for sex.
Since then, Marcus deleted his Twitter account altogether.
And if you just have to SEE the tweet and what most believe is Marcus’ meat piece, it’s at Deadspin.