Charlie Sheen was not pleased that President Barack Obama had time to fill out a March Madness bracket, but was not able to attend the funeral of a fallen soldier. So while most likely running off of tiger blood, he wrote about his frustration in a somewhat readable tweet.
Barry Satera Kenya u won’t attend a soldier’s funeral uhkros da street that u kild yet u hav time 4 brackets? s a d c http://t.co/KM1in5MPio
— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) March 19, 2015
Here’s a translation for those of you who are having a difficult time having a problem understanding what the “winning” celebrity was trying to say:
Barry Satera Kenya = President Barack Obama
u won’t attend a = you won’t attend a
soldier’s funeral uhkros = soldier’s funeral across
da street that you kild = the street that you killed
yet u hav time = yet you have time
4 brackets? = for brackets?
One can imagine some of the errors were to fit Twitter’s 140 character limit, the “Barry Satera Kenya” is a joke about the president’s supposed birth name. Although he did not specify which funeral he was referring to, the Washington Post mentioned in their report that it could have been the funeral for Deputy U.S. Marshal Josie Wells last Tuesday in Mississippi. Obama released his bracket for the NCAA tournament the next day.
Although he wasn’t in attendance, Attorney General Eric Holder read a letter from Obama and gave remarks at the service.