Clickhole is the internet’s home for mocking terrible clickbait. They will often tweet made-up quotes attributed to famous people. On Tuesday, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban fell for it.
Mark Cuban said WHAT?! https://t.co/sQK9CoHXO7 pic.twitter.com/XjSv5k23JV— ClickHole (@ClickHole) March 21, 2017
Cuban was quick to respond to put Clickhole in its place by strongly refuting this free market look at the library system.
He’s since deleted the tweet, likely realizing his mistake. There’s no shame in getting bamboozled by Clickhole, Mr. Cuban. It just puts you in rare company like ...
Ummm... @Clickhole, do u make this stuff up? I never said this quote and never spoke to the NYU class of 2015. https://t.co/oRSDgpQXxx— Anderson Cooper (@andersoncooper) May 18, 2015
@ClickHole Never said any of those things because I am not the Mad Hatter. Dont know what Click Hole is selling. Leave me out of it, though.— St. Vincent (@st_vincent) April 6, 2016
And if you believe that, there's a bridge I'd like to sell you. (Speaking of clichés.) https://t.co/MA9eqXl2sP— Salman Rushdie (@SalmanRushdie) May 21, 2015
This will never get old.