Social Media Crashes, Had All Sorts Things to Say about Dwight Howard’s Raunchy Caitlin Clark Tweet That He Supposedly Posted Then Deleted

Dwight Howard poses at an event and Caitlin Clark during a game.Dwight Howard and Caitlin Clark. (Photos via Getty Images)

It’s near-impossible to catch a game of this year’s NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament without seeing Caitlin Clark. Everything begins and ends with her.

Iowa punched its ticket to the Final Four on Monday, extending all-star shooter Caitlin Clark’s college basketball career at least one more game while she got revenge on the LSU Tigers and stopped their defense of the title that they won last year over them.

In the midst of her celebrity status is everybody wanting to come out and see her play as well as talk about her in some capacity.

On social media, fans were going crazy after an apparent post from former NBA all-star Dwight Howard who brought up Caitlin Clark.

The tweet on X, which stated it was deleted by Dwight Howard, said, “Caitlin Clark I will drink your bath water…random.”

Fans quickly jumped into the comments and quotes to respond to the sexual tweet:

In reality, that post is entirely fake and is in reference to a tweet that Kevin Durant wrote about actress Scarlett Johansson way back in 2011. The actual tweet is still up to this day.

Unfortunately for Dwight Howard, a tweet like this towards Clark is easy to believe since he has a lawsuit against him from a man alleging sexual assault and battery.

Stephen Harper in July 2023 alleged Howard sexually assaulted him in 2021, but Howard and his attorneys have argued that the encounter was consensual.

Caitlin Clark Wants To Add National Championship To Resume With Her Other Accolades

Caitlin Clark (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images)Caitlin will enter the Final Four as the NCAA Division I all-time scoring leader across men’s and women’s basketball. Her career points total surpassed a 54-year mark set by former LSU star “Pistol” Pete Maravich, who finished with 3,667 points, via

She has records, but what Clark really wants is a National Championship.

Her next obstacle comes against UConn.


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