It looks like the new, hater-proof Durant is here to stay. Which really isn't a bad thing, considering that his earlier tweets had been ... well, we'll let you be the judge.
Kevin DurantChampionships weren't the only thing he was thirsty for, apparently.
Raffi Is A Serious Stickler About Fictional Whales Being Alive Or Dead
Don't worry, everyone. We're not about to tell you that Raffi, the beloved writer of children's music, is the kind of celebrity who goes on Twitter and curses up a storm because of a random hater upset that Willoughby Wallaby Wim, an elephant sat on him. As far as we can tell, Mr. Raffi Cavoukian is a very chill and pleasant guy. That doesn't mean, however, that he never gets his feathers Raffled.
Back in 1980, Raffi wrote a song called "Baby Beluga," inspired by Kavna, a beluga whale at the Vancouver Aquarium. In August 2012, Kavna died due to a cancer-related illness, causing a number of outlets to report that the baby beluga from the song had died. Raffi, however, was very displeased by this distortion of the truth, and went to the internet to set the record straight:
Raffi"All those kids the elephant sat on ARE dead, though."
See, it was very important to the songwriter that it be clear that his Baby Beluga was not dead. The beluga who inspired the song had died, but the Baby Beluga from the song will live forever through the power of music. But as more and more people started using this phrasing, you could see his patience slowly start to wear down.
RaffiRaffi is just worried that nothing rhymes with "zombie whale."