Former North Carolina Player John Henson Takes Selfie Bashing NCAA

Nov 20, 2013; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks forward John Henson (31) controls the ball as Portland Trail Blazers center Joel Freeland (19) defends during the third quarter at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

P.J. HairstonLeslie McDonald and the North Carolina Tar Heels are still waiting from the NCAA to find out about some eligibility issues. But — because the NCAA’s only ability is having the inability to get anything done — the governing body of college sports seems to be taking their time deciding on a proper time frame. Former Tar Heel John Henson, however, is sick of waiting around for them to make up their minds.

Henson, currently a member of the Milwaukee Bucks, took to the mean streets of Twitter to vent his frustrations.

@johnhenson31

@johnhenson31

First off, where in the heck can I buy one of those puppies? Also, is it official: when things go awry the best thing to do, naturally, is to take a selfie? Granted, that is really not a selfie because someone else is taking the pic, but Henson definitely set this up. Trust me, that is not a natural, don’t take a picture of me picture.

Henson has voiced his angst regarding the situation in the past on Twitter. This picture, however, is all kinds of awesome. I mean, it pretty much says it all — plus it features some Red Bull in the background.

Obviously, because the Internet is neat, the shirt and Henson have gone viral. Everyone and their respective mothers wants to know where he got it.  Henson is receiving a fair share of general praise as well as some laughs for his pot-shot at the ineptness that is the NCAA.

For those wondering, Henson did not create the shirt at home. According to him, he got the shirt from Thrill City NC.

 

Topics: John Henson, NCAA, North Carolina Tar Heels, P.j. Hairston

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