Funny Marco shares wild DM to Caitlin Clark stemming from 'Get Out' actress resemblance

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Funny Marco shares wild DM to Caitlin Clark stemming from 'Get Out' actress resemblance.

Funny Marco shared his wild message to Caitlin Clark on Instagram. The YouTuber-comedian pointed out the resemblance of the Indiana Fever superstar to "Get Out" actress Allison Williams. "Get Out" was a 2017 horror film created by Jordan Peele, who won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for it.

In a post on his official Instagram account, Marco shared his direct message to Clark about Daniel Kaluuya's character from the film wanting to meet Williams's family. Kaluuya and Williams' characters in the movie were in a relationship although it took a dark turn later.

"All he wanted to do is meet your family you wrong for that," Marco wrote.

Funny Marco also shared a few snips from "Get Out" such as Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams meeting her character's family. He even put pictures of Williams eating cereal while observing the ritual which shocked those who watched the film.

To top it off, Marco posted two images of Caitlin Clark to show his followers her resemblance to the actress. Some fans found it funny, while others didn't. The YouTuber even claimed that Clark blocked him on Instagram.

"Get Out" was considered one of the best movies of 2017, earning four Academy Award nominations. Here's how Jordan Peele described his film via CBS's "This Morning":

"I was trying to bring a piece of the conversation I had never seen put on film before. I felt like there was this void in the way we talk about race. Really, my truth as a black man. My perspective that I haven't seen in film before. I haven't seen that represented. ... What I wanted to point out with this film is that it's connected to the real, the deep horror of racism."
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Caitlin Clark and Aliyah Boston get new nicknames after Fever's win

Caitlin Clark and Aliyah Boston get new nicknames after Fever's win.
Caitlin Clark and Aliyah Boston get new nicknames after Fever's win.

Caitlin Clark and the Indiana Fever are on a roll after beating the Washington Mystics 88-81 on Wednesday. It was the Fever's third consecutive win and their fourth win in five games. They improved to 6-10 for the season and are currently eighth in the WNBA standings.

Clark finished with 18 points, 12 rebounds, six assists and four steals on 6-for-12 shooting from the field. Aliyah Boston, who has been fantastic the past few games, had 22 points, eight rebounds and two assists on 8-for-11 from the field. Kelsey Mitchell added 22 points and three rebounds.

WNBA fans then gave the Clark-Boston tandem a new nickname – "ABC²." It's a combination of the duo's initials of "Aliyah Boston - AB" and "Caitlin Clark - CC." It's a creative name that might catch on, especially if the Fever continue their winning ways.

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