Draya Michele gets dragged into QRTs after asking incriminating question about SBA loans

It’s not uncommon for social media users to turn to their platforms and ask their followers for opinions on food, movies, or outfits. Having said that, VH1it’s basketball wives star Draya Michele went a bit too far by asking an all too specific question about small business loans on Twitter.

“Hey I have a question for my little crooks. Lol,” she started. “If you get a SBA loan and it’s under a business name, what are the steps to repay it and if it’s under the business name and you are in default, does it go under your personal credit? »

The Twitterverse erupted in jokes, with many speculating authorities were now monitoring his account, and subsequently the responses.

An user job an image of a jail cell with a photoshopped pose of the apartment keys, captioned: “They’re setting up your new 1bed 1bath together right now as we tweet.”

Another uploaded a t-shirt mockup with images of Michele that read, “Free Draya until he’s back.”

While many have warned Michele to delete the tweet because it ‘gives them every reason to watch [her] and they will,” as another commenter suggested, or to ask her attorney privately, the fashion designer said she wanted a real answer, from real people.

“I didn’t want a technical answer. I wanted straight up,” she wrote.

However, she got many insightful responses, like a Twitter user wrote“You pay it through the SBA.gov website, they’re the ones who administer the loan like federal student loans. If you default, it puts your collateral at risk, legal action can be taken, and it affects your personal and professional credit.

Nonetheless, Twitter did what Twitter does best and flooded replies and retweets with joke quotes, insults, reaction memes and laughing emojis.

It looks like the model finally got the answers she needed.

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