Self victimization

Self-victimization or victim-playing is the fabrication of victimhood for a variety of reasons such as to justify abuse of others, to manipulate others, a coping strategy or attention seeking.

We all know someone who is like this. They act as if they do no wrong and as if everyone has a vendetta against them. They wouldn’t know accountability if it were in their face.

Let’s take a look at this video clip:

Lol, who is out to get you exactly? The NBA?

Cool story Draymond. Here is the thing with Draymond. He has a history of crossing the line. He curses at refs, he plays physical, he has a history of doing “dirty things” on the basketball court. From his questionable screens to holding players, taking cheap shots, kicking people in the nuts. Hell, I can keep going. This is why I do not get this fake victim thing he has going on right now. You have a history of doing certain things which have formed your reputation and this is why you no longer get the benefit of the doubt.

Just accept it, this is who you are and that is ok. It has led you to receive a new contract, being an all-star, all NBA teamer, all defensive teamer, a gold medal and 2 NBA championships. Hell, it has even helped you get sponsors. You are considered one of the NBA elite which is what you are but a victim? Sorry, my dude that is something that you are not.

So spare us all this fake victim BS. Even with your reputation you still get away with things more often than you actually get caught.
























































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