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Jordan Farmar Twitter

January 12, 2010 by USA Post 

Jordan Farmar Twitter:Brandon Jennings and Jordan Farmar have exchanged some heated ‘Tweets’ on their respective Twitter accounts.

The Lakers beat the Bucks 95-77 on Sunday night and Jennings posted on Twitter to one of his contacts “hit my phone I’ll tell you the real on that Farmar thing.”

It is not sure what Jennings was referring to, but Farmar quickly replied, “What you gonna say Buck (Jennings’ nickname)? Heard there is some ish talking on here…”

From there, the conversation started to escalate.

Jennings (YUNGBUCK3) tweeted: “nah i was just telling the homie how thirsty you are. That’s all. But I’m not going to make this a big thing.”

Farmar (JFarmar1) tweeted: “Am not here to start nothing. You were talking smack on here wanted to clear some air. Look at the bling, done proved myself”

Farmar: “You started with the smack talking, and I ended it with the 2 threes. We even? Cool.”

Jennings: “but I’m not going to beef with you. See you should be worried about your spot. Shannon Brown??? That’s all imma say.”

Shannon Brown scored 19 points against Milwaukee on 8 of 12 shooting. Farmar posted 17 points in 22 minutes on 5 of 8 shooting. And Jennings connected on just 4 of 17 field goals for 10 points.

Farmar later Tweeted to his fans, “People need to realize that I am not here to beef with Buck or extend it. Here to simply communicate with the Laker fans. Repeat!”

He then tweeted, “On a side note, Tyreke Evans really doing his thing. My pick for Rookie of the Year, no doubt. No one comes close.”

Jennings was fined $7,500 earlier in the season by the NBA for using his Twitter account in the team’s locker room following a game. The Lakers and Bucks will not face each other again in the regular season.

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