By: Evan Jankens
@kingofthekc

Everyone has their breaking point. Paulina Gretzky has apparently hit hers. Over the weekend, Gretzky posted a photo with her fiance, pro golfer Dustin Johnson, on her Instagram account while wearing a thong bikini. The caption said, “I got 99 problems but you won’t be one @djohnsonpga.”

It was a harmless photo that got over 16,000 likes. Everyone didn’t “like” the photo though. According to etonline.com, “haters” decided to comment on the photo by mocking her man for not playing in the Olympics. One wrote, “Thanks for competing on our Olympic team.. Oh wait the lake was more important.”

That must have drove Gretzky over the edge. She replied, “Listen here you hating pieces of s**t trolls, I’ll say it once… he didn’t work his a** off his entire life for a gold medal. He achieved his MAJOR and let everyone else do what they need to do and leave my fanf**kingtastic man alone”

Johnson had posted the same photo with the caption, “All summer long @paulinagretzky.” Johnson told ESPN.com a pretty good reason for not going to Rio.

“This was not an easy decision for me,” Johnson said in a statement released by his management company. “But my concerns about the Zika virus cannot be ignored.”

He also wasn’t the only top tier professional golfer to not play in the Olympics. Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott also chose not to participate in the Olympics.

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All summer long @paulinagretzky

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She must have gotten over all the hate pretty fast and posted another photo shortly after shaking her rear end.

Gretzky must not be too fond of the Olympics. In 1998, her father and arguably the greatest hockey player to ever lace up his skates failed to win the gold while playing for team Canada in the 1998 Olympics. Not only was Gretzky not named captain for those Olympics but he wasn’t chosen to be one of the five shooters in the shootout against the Czech Republic in the semi finals.

 

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