Fan at Phillies game expertly trolls Bryan Colangelo with 'FIRE BC' shirt

The Philadelphia 76ers are currently investigating Bryan Colangelo — the team’s president of basketball operations — and his alleged use of five Twitter accounts, as first detailed in a report from The Ringer.

That investigation is reportedly expected to be finished within the next few days, and many are speculating that Colangelo will lose his job.

While that investigation is still ongoing, one 76ers fan has already decided what the team should do.

Sitting behind home plate during the Philadelphia Phillies’ game against the San Francisco Giants on Friday night at AT&T Park, the fan wore a white shirt with “FIRE BC” written in big black letters.


Then an inning later he changed shirts, changing to a similar one that read, “WHERE IS ERIC JR?”


Eric Jr., of course, is the name listed on one of the burner Twitter accounts linked to Colangelo.

Only time will tell if the 76ers will actually heed this fans’ advice and fire Colangelo. Though by the time that decision has been made, the fan may have already broken out shirts representing the rest of the burner accounts.

A fan at a Philadelphia Phillies game in San Francisco on Friday night wore a “Fire BC” shirt behind home plate, expertly trolling 76ers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo over his alleged use of multiple Twitter accounts. (@JClarkNBCS/Twitter)
A fan at a Philadelphia Phillies game in San Francisco on Friday night wore a “Fire BC” shirt behind home plate, expertly trolling 76ers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo over his alleged use of multiple Twitter accounts. (@JClarkNBCS/Twitter)

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