Who Tweeted It: An Ohio State Football Player, or Common White Girl?

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After some serious Twitter digging, The Black Sheep discovered that many of our beloved OSU football players (yes, the 200+ pound guys you witness beating the shit out of opponents every Saturday in The Shoe) may truly be common white girls deep, deep down based on some of the content they’re putting onto Twitter. So, who tweeted it: an OSU football player, or Common White Girl (@GirlPosts)?


Answer: Nick Bosa (@nbsmallerbear)!  There truly is nothing better than jamming out to a good song to put you in a better mood, and even Nick Bosa knows it. Common white girls feel you, Nick, and applaud your appreciation of a good jam sesh.

Answer: Common White Girl! She’s great at delivering deep life advice and capturing how all girls feel when Jason from Sigma Apple Pie won’t answer their 3 a.m. booty calls anymore.


Answer: If you guessed that 6-foot-5-inch, 310 lb., offensive lineman Jamarco Jones (@jjones_74tweeted this sappy saying then you deserve a prize that, unfortunately, no one will be giving you. Who knew Jamarco had this soft, sentimental, girlish side to him?


Answer: The author of this basic AF tweet is none other than Buckeye Football stud Sam Hubbard (@Sam_Hubbard_ ‏). Like every other basic bitch in today’s age, Sam truly appreciates the magic that is Chipotle, which ultimately makes him a basic bitch himself.

Answer: Common White Girl strikes again with another #relatable tweet! Let’s be honest here: everyone’s guilty of putting up Snapchat selfies while mouthing the words to a shitty rap song for that one specific person to see, but Snapchat is really there to show us the funny and unthinkable things we did during a night of boozing.

Answer: We owe this Twitter gold to Common White Girl yet again. You go girl.


Answer: Tate Martell (@TheTateMartell)! What may sound like the most typical, common, white girl tweet of all time was actually tweeted out by none other than this OSU football player. Like Common White Girl herself, he wants you to always remember to know your worth and don’t settle for anything less. Preach it to us, Tate. Preach it.

Moral of the story? We all have a little bit of Common White Girl inside of us, even our favorite football-playing Buckeye men.

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