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John Calipari's Daughter Trolled Louisville After Chane Behanan's Arrest

A closeup of Coach John Calipari in front of a blue Kentucky background.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - FEBRUARY 27: Head coach John Calipari of the Kentucky Wildcats speaks to the media after a 74-62 loss to Vanderbilt at Memorial Gym on February 27, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

John Calipari's daughters are pretty outspoken on Twitter. They share inside family jokes and have fun, but also aren't afraid to voice their opinions on controversial matters or stick up for their dad when he gets criticized.

Of course, they're not beyond some good, old-fashioned rivalry trolling. That's what Erin Calipari took part in earlier today.

News broke this morning that former Louisville star Chane Behanan was arrested with a stolen AK-47 in his car. Behanan was one of three people in a car stopped for a moving violation when police found "marijuana residue" in his lap and the stolen gun in the backseat.

Behanan is charged with marijuana possession and stolen property, as the gun was reportedly taken from Indiana.

Erin Calipari decided to use news of Behanan's arrest to troll Louisville fans.

Of course, that tweet is a play on Louisville's "L1C4" slogan, which stands for "Louisville first, Cardinals forever."

Surely, Kentucky fans enjoyed Calipari ribbing their top rival.

Louisville fans, not so much.