It’s a common thing in America today for a parent to take away their child’s social media privileges. However, it’s kind of rare for the child to take away the parent’s social media privileges.
That’s exactly what’s going on right now in the Dallas Cowboys organization.
While giving an interview on 105. 3 “The Fan” in Dallas, Cowboys Executive Vice President and Brand Manager Charlotte Jones, daughter of Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones, said that her personal experience on social media convinced her that Twitter was no place for her dad or for her brother, Cowboys COO and Director of Player Personnel Stephen Jones.
Via the Dallas Morning News, Charlotte Jones said, “Well the others are not on it because I do not trust them to be on it. I am in charge of the brand so I’ve gotta have just a mild bit of control. So it’s a good thing they don’t know how to do it so that I don’t have to worry about what I’m going to wake up to unlike the others that frequent our locker room.”
Jerry Jones owns the Dallas Cowboys and he’s also the general manager. In fact, Jones is normally the next thing right after “the star,” that people think about when they think about the Cowboys.
As pointed out by Pro Football Talk, Jerry Jones did once use the term “gloryhole” without knowing its full meaning and context. So, maybe Charlotte Jones knows what she’s doing.
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