Over the years, Kevin Durant has gotten himself into some trouble on social media.
Arguably his biggest snafu came in Sept. 2017 when he got "caught" defending himself on Twitter by using his verified personal account when he meant to use his "burner" account.
KD has secret accounts that he uses to defend himself and forgot to switch to them when he was replying to this guy I'm actually speechless pic.twitter.com/9245gnpa3c— idk (@harrisonmc15) September 18, 2017
On the most recent episode of The Boardroom, Durant explained the origin of his burner.
"I wasn't used to that much of attention from playing basketball. I wanted a place where I could talk to my friends without anybody just butting in my conversations or mixing my words or taking everything out of context. I enjoyed that place.
"I had an Instagram account that I just used for my friends and family. It was a cool place for me to just be me instead of worrying about Bleacher Report or Barstool ... I guess I tried to live a normal life out in the public, I guess."
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 15, 2019
On a day-to-day basis, Durant is way more active on Instagram than Twitter.
At least, when it comes to his verified account that is...