The Royal Family, that is William and Kate, or the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge, have, for some reason, named their new baby boy, their little bundle of joy, “Prince George” or “Prince George Alexander Louis.” This revelation has led to tweets including the disgusting name “Prince George Zimmerman.”
In fact, the use of Prince George Zimmerman is so prevalent that when you search for “Prince George,” “Prince George Zimmerman” is the second search result on Twitter, as of this writing.
And that’s just one hour after the Royal Baby was named.
This officially proves the British Royal Family is tone-deaf to social media, even as they use it. Here’s some examples of tweets that have “”Prince George Zimmerman:”
— Aitor (@LondonR) July 24, 2013
George W Bush George Zimmerman Prince George Alexander Louis Barack Obama has got to be flipping tables over that name choice. #tcot
— David West (@Ltfngr) July 24, 2013
How can they name him Prince George after what George Zimmerman did!
— Cloaked Figure (@ACloakedFigure) July 24, 2013
#JusticeForTrayvon movement slapped in the face by my favourite colourful couple from the YouKay: Prince George Zimmerman, baby! StndYrGrnd!
— Bobby Metzinger (@bobbymetzinger) July 24, 2013
His Royal Highness Prince George Zimmerman of Cambridge? Damn, you save one family from a car wreck and all is forgiven with Kate Middleton.
— John Boone (@jtyboone) July 24, 2013
Heck of a week for George Zimmerman. Royal couple now named their baby after him. #princegeorge
— Renna (@RennaW) July 24, 2013
In truth, I don’t think the Royal Family had Trayvon Martin’s killer George Zimmerman in mind when they named the Royal Baby.
Prince George Alexander Louis was born Monday at at 4:24 p.m. (British Summer Time) in the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in London, weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces. Prince George is third in line to the thrown, and the 45th British monarch born.
But just why they chose “Prince George Alexander Louis,” is a question. With the name “Louis” which could be taken as “Louise,” he’s in for a bit of teasing over the years.
And add to that “Prince George Zimmerman” and he’ll be marked for life.