How to Create a Social Media Sports Superstar Even If Your Child Runs Like a Puffin

Image really is everything

Keri Kelly
Published in
3 min readMar 31, 2021


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It (social media) has gotten completely out of control because you’ve got people with no expertise on social media telling these guys they’re the best player they’ve ever seen. Now you’ve got everybody going back to their high school thinking they’re the best player on their team. It’s dangerous for the culture because it puts guys in a place they’re not. It sets them up to fail.

— Etop Udo-Ema, founder and CEO of Compton Magic

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  • Market yourself as a sports expert and create fake stat sheets and bogus All-Star lists even though you know more about the Silbo Gomero language than you do about the sport your child plays.
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Keri Kelly

Keri Kelly is an award-winning author, comedy writer, and professor. Learn more at