Enes Kanter tweets about store misspelling ‘SANTA’ as ‘SATAN’ in display (pic)
New York Knicks center Enes Kanter took to social media this week to point out an absolutely dreadful mistake in a store’s display that inexplicably was not noticed and makes for a real demonic downer during the holiday season.
Kanter on Wednesday posted a photograph on Twitter of a holiday display in which “SANTA” is misspelled as “SATAN” in oversized children’s building blocks.
San..?? Really bro!!!
I hope this is by accident… pic.twitter.com/9dzIjZlULA
— Enes Kanter (@Enes_Kanter) December 6, 2017
Great Googly Moogly. That’s a whole bunch of Grinch-like awkwardness right there. Talk about “(Gah) Humbug!”
It’s unclear whether or not the epic mistake has been rectified. Hopefully, Kanter returns to the store this week to provide social media an update.
On another more whimsical note, that wasn’t it for Kanter’s social media shenanigans this week. The Knicks center later took to Twitter following Wednesday’s 99-88 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies to post a photoshopped pic of himself as Borat to celebrate the win.
Good Team Win #KnicksWay pic.twitter.com/k0NtQFZdQi
— Enes Kanter (@Enes_Kanter) December 7, 2017
Very nice, indeed.