In a story that I’ve paid little attention to because it makes me dismissively wank with poor mechanics, New York Jets backup QB Tim Tebow and his handlers are suing two Jets fans for making a Jesus-themed Jets t-shirt. The shirt makes no reference to Tebow other than a mutual appreciation of the son of God – although on the site they admit that they were obviously inspired by Tebow’s faith – but that’s not stopping the guy who just changed his dog’s name from making it perfectly clear that Jesus is his thing in the Big Apple, gosh dang it.
The reason I mention that is because it’s apparent that Tebow and is brand managers are going out of their way to protect his “I’m a good widdle boy” reputation now that he’s living in Satan’s den, so it shouldn’t shock us that Tebow and/or his people forced Broadway actress Neka Zang – of Rock of Ages, but I assume you already know that – to delete a picture (above) from her Twitter, one that Tebow took with Zang (above left, I think) and her castmates after he attended a show.
Zang Tweeted that she was asked by unnamed people to remove the picture and then she deleted that Tweet as well, but here was her exact response: “Well, Due to Tebow’s ‘image’ I was asked to remove the pic of him with us half dressed ladies. He does know we arn’t real strippers right?”
This is twice now that Tebow has thrown a hissy fit with posing for photos with celebrity females. During Super Bowl week in Indianapolis, if you recall, he also refused to take a picture with Kate Upton and Chrissy Teigen because they are wretched whorebeasts of the Apocalypse. No, wait, they wear bathing suits. Sorry, I always get those mixed up.