STEVE THE ADDICT^^^^^^"" wrote:
STEVE, THE ADDICT^^ wrote:
Not just ncaa track star, ncaa champion. Let this be a lesson to people that your success will be used against you if you do something really bad. So the moral is, dont do anything stupid.
How is his success being used against him?
People don't care about you or talk about you if you're not successful. The news (sadly) salivates to write articles about successful people allegedly doing controversial things. If Boaz did nothing in his life, no one would care that he got a dui or read an article about him. The news doesn't want to write articles about people who no one cares about--less notoriety and response/clicks equals less profit for the greedy news who sickly profit off of people dying such as the dui victim.
That is not the point. U said his success is being used against him. He will be tried the same as he would if he was a nobody. Just because he is known in running circles doesn’t mean his notoriety is being used against him
Outside of the running community he is a nobody. I googled his name and there are only a handful of articles and they were all from local news outlets.