A 20-something-year-old girl sits alone on her couch in her apartment. It’s a Saturday night, it’s late and she’s bored. With no boyfriend and her friends out of town, she stayed in for the evening. “How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days” just ended, but she’s not quite ready for bed.
So she pulls out her phone. She opens the dating application, “Tinder,” and begins swiping through the slate of gentlemen who appear on her screen. None of them are very appealing, until she comes across someone who looks familiar. He’s wearing an Ohio State No. 5 football jersey. It’s rising senior quarterback Braxton Miller! She swipes right. It’s a match!
One problem: The man appearing to be the Buckeyes’ star quarterback is not Braxton Miller. He’s an impostor. The girl has been duped.
Attention, ladies of Columbus: Braxton Miller is not on Tinder.
I do not have a app called tinder, it’s a fake ran by a random person. Please pass this on.
— BRAXTON MILLER (@BraxtonMiller5) May 20, 2014
Who is pretending to be Braxton Miller, though? That’s what we’d like to know.