“Marry Jaylen, F**k Tatum, Kill Ime” | Al Horford’s Sister Keeps It Too Real On Twitter

While Boston Celtics center Al Horford is just trying to get through being one of the latest players on the NBA COVID-19 protocols, his sister revealed her innermost thoughts.

Anna Horford took part in the famous “Marry, F**k, Kill” question and answer game on Twitter and was given three members of the Celtics organization: Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, and coach Ime Udoka.

Keeping It Real

However, she made her choices public on the Twitter platform after being asked the question.

“Only because I HAVE to choose… Marry Jaylen, f*ck Tatum, kill Ime.”

Social media executed bait and switch, spiraling the “game” out of control. Anna was then forced to delete her comment and explain her actions based on her responses.


“Had to delete the “marry, f**k, kill” tweet. Men hate women. This is why we can’t have nice things.”

Don’t Come For Me, Bro

Then things really got personal when she came for social media users who attempted to shame her comment. She defended her approval of the game and her answers, pointing to her husband, who apparently read the tweet.

“I’m married, yes! My husband is an extremely secure Englishman who thought the tweet was funny 🤷🏽‍♀️ & that’s how you bag a bad bitch.”

Quickly it turned into a Twitter battle of the sexes with Horford checking some men for their insecurities in conversing with an “independent woman.”

“Awww some of these men are so insecure. Centuries of being in charge & a strong, funny, independent woman comes along & has you losing your god damn minds 😂”

Twitter Fingers

She then called out the chauvinsim of grown men judging a woman who is free to share her opinions. It became an all-out Twitter reading, and the trolls where there for it.

“Oh nooo a grown woman speaking openly about sex & sharing lighthearted opinions!! **gasp** How horrifying. Lmao chill guys.”

This is not the first time Anna Horford has made waves on social media. She used to be wel known for going at it with the outspoken fans of the Philadelphia 76ers. Her brother played for the team for one year in 2019-2020.

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Horford Is Just Trying To Make It

Horford is a Dominican player that has spent 14 years in the NBA. He has played twice for the Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers, Oklahoma City Thunder, and the Boston Celtics.


Horford tested positive for COVID-19 back in October. He has been averaging 12.2 points and 7.8 rebounds this season for Boston.

Six total players entered the NBA’s health and safety protocols before Friday night’s game between the Celtics and the Golden State Warriors in Boston.

Protocols Back In Full Effect

Five were Celtics players, forward Jabari Parker, Juancho Hernangomez, Grant Williams and Sam Hauser, and Horford went into the protocols.


This summer, Horford was acquired from the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Kemba Walker and the 16th pick in July’s NBA draft. It’s Horford’s second stint with Boston; he signed with the Celtics as a free agent in 2016 before leaving for the Philadelphia 76ers in 2019.

Horford’s sister’s tweet had a chance to make the diminished Celtics locker room awkward. However, a few hours after the tweet went viral, the Celtics defeated the Knicks.

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Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum combined for 48 points, shutting down any potential locker room weirdness stemming from the Twitter rant.

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