Troy Daniels shared a simple Instagram story, knowing exactly what it was going to do to the Twittersphere.
If you're interested to see what NBA players are eating at Disney World: pic.twitter.com/GhnWNQxkPL
— antif-honi (@HoniAhm) July 8, 2020
At first glance that meal wouldn’t satisfy an aspiring actress and pilates instructor in LA let alone a 6’7 professional athlete. A bowl of lettuce and some watermelon. That is nothing but water and air.
That being said he did share a snap of the full menu, which had a few additional items not pictured in the Instagram story. Not a carbohydrate in sight.
Immediate recent memory calls to the poor struggling influencers who bravely survived the Fyre Festival of 2017, not a group of America’s best athletes supporting a billion dollar industry by themselves.
Upon further inspection from other players sharing food pics on Instagram, Adam Silver may just move down a notch on the best commissioner list. This is pre-crime.
Chris Chiozza shows off the main course for dinner inside the NBA bubble.
— Bleacher Report NBA (@BR_NBA) July 8, 2020
The penne looks like that dry ass crumbly chickpea pasta and the chicken looks like it cuts like a Michelin tire. A scoop of mashed potatoes in the shape of….a scoop? Come on now. I bet Mickey Mouse eats better.
No way Bron eating this LOL https://t.co/mGWgPBbS6S
— Isaiah Thomas (@isaiahthomas) July 8, 2020
There is absolutely no chance Lebron is eating these raggedy meals. JR better get working on a team sanctioned Taco Tuesday special from Lebron’s private chef.
aye killa ill send u the addy, might need a lil extra on my books lol https://t.co/MTVRwiD9nT
— Jordan Clarkson (@JordanClarksons) July 8, 2020