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Aaron Hernandez May Be a Murderer but He's Still Fine': Tweets Declare Lust for Jailed NFL Tight End

"He can come to jail at my house."

FILE - In this May 29, 2013, file photo, New England Patriots' Aaron Hernandez kneels on the field during NFL football practice in Foxborough, Mass. Hernandez is being sued in South Florida by a man claiming Hernandez shot him in the face after an argument at a strip club. The lawsuit comes as police in New England investigate Hernandez's possible connection to the death of a semipro player. Credit: AP

You knew it was coming, didn't you?

Just add the elements together.

A buff NFL tight end + a bad boy, for sure + females who find the latter elements irresistible...

Then of the New England Patriots, Aaron Hernandez kneels on the field during NFL football practice. (Credit: AP)

And the sum is a growing number of tweets declaring burning (and to this point, apparently unrequited) lust for Aaron Hernandez, despite the fact that he's been cut from the New England Patriots and wallowing in the slammer as a murder suspect.

Warning: a little rough language is sprinkled here and there among the following poetic overtures:

(Credit: Twitter via Twitchy)

(Credit: Twitter via Twitchy)

(Credit: Twitter via Twitchy)

(Credit: Twitter via Twitchy)

(Credit: Twitter via Twitchy)

(Credit: Twitter via Twitchy)

You may recall that there was an outpouring of aggressively sympathetic Twitter posts for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects shortly after the incident. Jury's still out regarding what to name the digital phenomenon...

(H/T: Twitchy)

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