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Minnesota Lynx Respond to Twitter Troll's Misogynistic Post: 'Deactivate'

Alec Nathan@@AlecBNathanFeatured ColumnistJune 8, 2018

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The Minnesota Lynx are not messing around.

On Friday, the team's Twitter account responded to a user who made a misogynistic comment with a pitch-perfect statement from head coach Cheryl Reeve: Delete your account.

Minnesota Lynx @minnesotalynx

Hi, Jake. Some advice below. RT @JakeCQuinn WNBA? Is that what they call kitchens now? https://t.co/2dGlhYcZ4g

Minnesota Lynx @minnesotalynx

@JakeCQuinn Misogyny is always hilarious. When you hitting the open mic with these bits? https://t.co/lOJ1cKbyis

The Lynx, who have won four of the last seven WNBA titles, continue to pick up W's.