Thanks to Twitter, one fan was able to express his excitement about receiving shoes signed by Dwyane Wade and his disappointment after Wade himself told the fan his signature was fake.
Karim Khatib was attending Michael Jordan's basketball camp in Los Angeles when he tweeted that he won a pair of autographed Dwyane Wade shoes. Khatib's buzz did not last long, however, as minutes later Wade tweeted back saying that the signature was not his.
It's interactions like these that make Twitter special. And by the looks of it, even though the signature wasn't real, Khatib was almost as excited to get re-tweeted by Wade.
(H/T to Yardbarker)
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