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Adrian Peterson Wants You to Stop Tweeting Pictures of His Son

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Within minutes of the news that Adrian Peterson’s son was on life support after a savage beating, slimy Facebook pages and websites looking for a little publicity started using photos of Adrian’s other son, as if he was the child who died. Now Adrian’s asking it to end.

The photo, which some versions include photoshopped angel wings on the child, is of Adrian Peterson’s other child, Adrian Peterson Jr. and not the child who passed away. [See the photo here] Adrian tweeted Saturday, asking people to stop using the photo.

As if that incredibly respectful request wasn’t enough, Adrian had to further clarify his stance with the following tweet.

 


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