Doc Rivers’ Instagram is age-restricted to users 30+
It’s been a weird week for the Sixers. Doc Rivers’ team acquired James Harden the day of the trade deadline, won a couple of games over the weekend, then got absolutely embarrassed by the Celtics at home. However, he isn’t immune from his own odd storyline, even with all that’s happened the past seven days.
I don’t know how I missed this, but one of our sources at The Liberty Line went to check Rivers’ Instagram account only to find it’s restricted to those aged 30 and up.
Don’t believe me? Here’s the landing page I, a 23-year-old, was met with on Doc Rivers’ IG:
I don’t know how I missed this, but his Instagram has been restricted like this for a while. In fact, a Reddit user/Sixers fan posted about it eight months ago.
There’s so much going on here that I did not know about. Obviously, I didn’t think you could age-restrict your Instagram, but even worse, I had zero clue Doc Rivers had an Instagram in the first place.
I initially found it odd he decided to block out a large portion of Instagram’s user base until, well, I realized it was actually a great idea. Just think about it.
Not only do 30 and under’s make up a large share of social media users, but they’re also the most toxic and relentless demographic on those sites. For example, just look under any NBA-related tweet that did numbers, and you’ll see mindless reply after mindless reply from accounts run by 13-year-olds.
I know the featured image for this blog implies I think his Instagram is an uncensored 18+ page or the previews for his OnlyFans account, but I don’t actually. I’m sure it’s photos of him and his since-traded to Brooklyn grandkids and full of wholesome content.
However, that doesn’t mean I don’t think he should have an OnlyFans, because he absolutely should. Rivers can’t coach forever, and if he fails to win with Harden and Embiid, I don’t know how much longer he’d be in the business.
Sure, I wouldn’t fall in his target demographic, but I’d support him 100% in that endeavor. I just have one piece of advice for him:
If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.
Now, it’s just up to him to determine what he loves more, stripping on the internet or blowing leads in the playoffs.