Bret Easton Ellis Tries To Buy Coke On Twitter After Watching Rolling Stones Documentary
Bret Easton Ellis, "American Psycho" writer and compulsive Twitter user, apparently tried to buy cocaine on Twitter today. Bret Easton Ellis posted a bizarre tweet today in which is apparently asked someone to hook him up.
come over at do bring coke now
— Bret Easton Ellis (@BretEastonEllis) December 3, 2012
Oddly enough, Bret Easton Ellis Tweeted the exact same message yesterday. However, what exactly he is trying to say is up for debate. While it appears that Bret Easton Ellis trying to buy coke on Twitter is a Direct Message gone wrong, the composition of the Tweet still makes little, if any, sense. Was he asking anyone with cocaine to bring him some? And what does "Come over at do" mean? Unfortunately, the world may never know. Bret Easton Ellis trying to buy coke on Twitter got some funny responses, but the best came from ESPN writer Don Van Natta Jr., who summed up Bret Easton Ellis trying to by coke on Twitter in the best way possible.
Good luck with that. — Don Van Natta Jr. (@DVNJr) November 19, 2012
Both of the Tweets in which Bret Easton Ellis tries to by coke on Twitter are inexplicably still up on his feed.
Bret Easton Ellis trying to buy coke on Twitter may have come from him watching a Rolling Stones documentary. Just before he tried to buy coke on Twitter, Bret Easton Ellis tweeted out that a Rolling Stone documentary put him in the mood for some cocaine.
Watching the meh Rolling Stones doc "Crossfire Hurricane" I realize two things: Mick Jagger was beautiful and I want to do a lot of coke.
— Bret Easton Ellis (@BretEastonEllis) December 2, 2012
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