Thomas Vonn has proved that Lindsey Vonn did the right thing in seeking a divorce from him. About 18 hours ago, he issued a mean-spirited Twitter tweet that said he was the person who called The Masters execs and ratted on Tiger Woods ball-drop placement on Friday, and then saying “You always have to keep an eye on those cheaters. Here’s the tweet:
No problem Masters tournament happy to call in and help. You always have to keep an eye on those cheaters 😉yhoo.it/Zh7TBu
— Thomas Vonn (@ThomasVonn) April 13, 2013
Now Thomas Vonn obviously never had to deal with being the target of social media commentary until today, and not surprisingly given that he’s not a star, has no fan base, and is known only for losing the hottest female Olympic skier, who then took up with The World’s Best Golfer, who does have a fan base.
And used Facebook to announce his relationship with Lindsey Vonn:
Now, Thomas Vonn has this negative social judgement aimed at him. Moreover, its justified because Mr. Vonn sent a loud-and-clear public message that he’s really jealous that his ex-wife’s with Tiger Woods, and that he delights in seeing Woods fail. That’s not what good people do.
Looks like @thomasvonnis a little jealous. Don’t trash talk until you have a billion dollars or become the best of all time in your sport.
— Chris Cates (@ChrisCates365) April 14, 2013
@thomasvonn at least we all know why she left you. Being a pretentious Dbag…
— jacob miller (@jrmiller32) April 14, 2013
— Rusty Chaney (@ChopChop313) April 14, 2013
— The Witness (@TheWitness727) April 14, 2013
— Jeff Gonzales (@Jgonz110) April 14, 2013
@thomasvonn Typical person who has added up to nothing in his life to hate on someone who has.
— c mcgee (@mcgee03) April 14, 2013
Thomas Vonn’s upset he lost Lindsey Vonn, but why he would compound grief by turning to a jerk in the process is beyond me.