“The Next Big Thing” is already dealing with impersonators.
New WWE signee Parker Bourdereaux took to social media on Sunday to ask Twitter customer support to unsuspend the account of his father of the same name, noting he is not, contrary to assumed belief, an impersonator.
“Unsuspend my pops from Twitter,” wrote the former University of Central Florida athlete. “He isn’t impersonating me. He is my FATHER. #geez #HappyFathersDay.”
Check out the actual post from the official Twitter feed of Parker Bourdreaux via the tweet embedded below.
Unsuspend my pops from Twitter. @Twitter @TwitterSupport He isn’t impersonating me. He is my FATHER. #geez #HappyFathersDay @jbcrazycajun
— Parker Boudreaux (@ParkerBoudreaux) June 20, 2021
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