The entire Vanderbilt football team had to swallow a blue pill for their "insensitive" tweet promoting a "rape culture":

"The tweet read, "We are relentless, tough and intelligent and ..." and was partnered with a graphic that read, "We don't need your permission." Many are saying it is inappropriate because of the four former Vanderbilt football players who have been charged in the rape of a female student back in 2013. Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey were found guilty of those charges in January, but a judge granted them a mistrial. They are currently out on bond and could have a second trial in November."

And now, here comes the blue pill:

"The account took down the tweet around noon on Thursday. The university issued this apology via Twitter: "We apologize for today’s tweet. It’s not a comment about sexual assault. Sex without permission is always wrong and not accepted. Sexual assault is not acceptable at Vanderbilt University, Vanderbilt Athletics and Vanderbilt Football."

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