Take that, Acts 29! You just got Canered! Actually, with all the controversy, lies, deceit, and downright obnoxiousness surrounding the Caner brothers, being the object of their slander is actually a compliment and a validation that one’s heading in the right direction.
But seriously, did Emir really think that he could chirp this out on Twitter and not get a kick back? I don’t know if it’s something in Caner genes, but, for some reason, these guys think that they can get away with anything.
Worse than that, (just to throw something crazy out there) what if Acts 29 is a work of the Spirit of God? Then Emir just committed the unpardonable sin by associating a work of the Holy Spirit with a work of the Adversary (cf. Mk. 3:22-30).
Moral of the Story: Think before you tweet, and think thrice if your name is Caner.