Parody Twitter accounts of real life celebrities are very hit and miss, usually filled with groan-inducing topical fodder that sounds nothing like the celebrity they’re openly impersonating.
Then there’s the Michael Jordan account. I’ve posted tweets from it before, but it’s amazing it’s lasted this long, and is still so funny.
Most importantly, though? These totally could be tweets from MJ.

Parody Twitter accounts of real life celebrities are very hit and miss, usually filled with groan-inducing topical fodder that sounds nothing like the celebrity they’re openly impersonating.

Then there’s the Michael Jordan account. I’ve posted tweets from it before, but it’s amazing it’s lasted this long, and is still so funny.

Most importantly, though? These totally could be tweets from MJ.