LSU women’s basketball star Angel Reese has helped the Tigers get back to the Final Four for the first time since 2008, but it’s her mother who is turning heads, albeit accidentally.
Reese’s mother, whose name is also Angel, revealed on Twitter after LSU defeated Miami to reach the national semifinals that she has been receiving messages from men who thought they were contacting the basketball player.
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“FYI… I’m Angel Reese, the mom, not the LSUwbb player,” Reese’s mom wrote. “Keep in mind that when you tag me and/or send me direct messages, your intent is for me, not my daughter.
“I’m getting crazy date requests from guys my kids’ age who clearly, from the content of the message, think they’re sending it to Lil A.”
The basketball star responded to the tweet.
“Won’t slip on my mom dms,” she wrote.
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The two-time All-American forward is averaging 23.2 points, 15.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists in her first season with LSU. She came to the Bayou Bengals after spending two seasons in Maryland.
Reese scored 13 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as LSU outscored Miami 54-42 in their Elite Eight matchup. LSU will now play Virginia Tech in the Final Four with a chance to play for a national championship on the line.
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LSU lost their Final Four matchup in 2008 to Tennessee.