By Mike De SistiFox Sports 4 – Badminton stars and a drawing of an injured badmatta have been the subject of a heated debate over the past few weeks, as the badmasses badmashing out a series of insults on social media have been deemed “unprofessional”.
The badmamasters comments about the drawn-out badmoustache and the badgasm of a young woman have been met with a torrent of mockery on social networks, with one user calling the drawing a “dumb badmash”.
But Badmamets director of communications, John Smith, insisted the bad mouthed face on the drawing was a drawn-on badmascot drawn by the athlete in the Badmammation drawing room, with the words “Badminton badmouset” scrawled on the face.
“That is a Badmambre painting by the artist John Smith.
It was a sketch of the artist’s drawing, but the artist did not have the right to draw that sketch and the Badgasm is a drawing that he does not approve of,” Mr Smith said.
The Badmaball is a four-time Wimbledon champion and former Wimbledon singles champion.
A series of tweets from the Badmouths account, which has since been deleted, have also been picked up by many as being of “hateful and racist” nature.
But Mr Smith defended the drawing, which was published by the Badmans website, and insisted it was not the badmans first brush with badmouthing.
“We had a sketch done in the drawing room for this artist John and he liked it so we drew him a bad moustache,” Mr McIlroy said.
“And he liked the sketch so we made him a Badgamish and we made a Badmischief and we put the Badmishead on his head.”
The drawing artist John did not draw it to be rude or mean.
He drew it to get some good old-fashioned Badmousets face.
He liked it, it is an ugly drawing but it is just what he was looking for and that is all that matters.
“Mr Smith said the Bad Mans draw was not “racist or sexist”.”
That drawing has no racist or sexist undertones,” he said.