Jameis Winston had up and down year. He won the Heisman Trophy and led the undefeated Florida St. Seminoles to a BCS championship by defeating Auburn in the title game. That was the good.
On Sunday, Florida St. decided to test their luck with a social media campaign #AskJameis somehow expecting nothing but football questions for their Heisman winning quarterback. What they got instead was a whole lot of this…
#AskJameis Of all the coaches you have played for over the years, why did you steal those crab legs?
— Fake Bo Pelini (@FauxPelini) August 10, 2014
— Stemmie ❄️🖕🏼 (@STEM08) August 10, 2014
#AskJameis if a horse comes to town on Friday stays for 3 days and leaves on Friday……. Why'd you rape the girl
— Carny (@Nick_Carnevale) August 11, 2014
— Brian Grimes XL1067 (@TheBrianGrimes) August 10, 2014
This hasn’t been the first time a social media campaign has gone terribly wrong. Free tip for the social media experts, if your client has a shaky past, steer clear of the #Ask me anything campaigns.