He didn’t have a care in the world.
Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev spent the two days after the horrific attack tweeting out rap lyrics and partying with his pals.
Tsarnaev, 19, kicked back at an intramural soccer party at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Wednesday, clearly confident that he and his older brother would get away with the marathon massacre.
“He was just relaxed,” a woman told the Boston Globe.
Electronic card swipes on campus show that before partying, the young killer – who was finally nabbed last night – had treated Wednesday like any other day, including putting in a workout at the gym, the Globe said.
The 9/11 denier slept in his single-unit dorm room that night – as hundreds of law-enforcement officials were looking for him.
Before heading to the party, Tsarnaev sickeningly tweeted, “I’m a stress-free kind of guy.”
It was bizarre behavior for a killer – or maybe not.
Tsarnaev had become a US citizen on Sept. 11, 2012 – and couldn’t even wait a year to repay his adopted country in blood.
His father said his son, who emigrated as a child with his family in 2003, was in his second year of pre-med at the university.
Tsarnaev clearly had the brains to make it through a tough major, as well as plenty of good looks and athleticism.
He had been one 45 high-school seniors to receive a $2,500 scholarship from the city of Cambridge in 2011.
Before graduation, the 178-pound wrestler also had won the honor of student athlete of the month and been named to the Greater Boston League Winter All-Star team in 2011.
In his free time, he skateboarded and worked on cars with his older brother, Tamerlan, and their mechanic dad, a neighbor said.
“The younger one was a good kid. There’s nothing bad to say about him. They seemed all-American,” barber Troy Aiguier told The Post.
Another acquaintance told The Post, “A friend of mine wrestled with him and thought he was pretty much a normal guy. That’s what everyone who knows him says. He seemed normal. Everyone is just shocked.”
But under the tutelage of his older brother, Tsarnaev’s dark side was emerging, kin said.
“I used to warn Dzhokhar that Tamerlan was up to no good,” cousin Zaur Tsarnaev told the Globe from the Russian city of Makhachkala.
While Dzhokhar had previously posted “career and money” as interests on Facebook, the content on his page began increasingly turning religious – and politically against the United States.
On Sept. 1, 2012, he posted on Facebook: ‘Idk [I don’t know] why it’s hard for many of you to accept that 9/11 was an inside job, I mean I guess f–k the facts y’all are some real #patriots #gethip.”
In March, he also mocked the day, posting, “September 10th baby, you know what tomorrow is. Party at my house! #thingsyoudontyellwhenenteringaroom.”
Tsarnaev posted that he “liked” the link to an article about Russia banning US adoptions.
He also posted a photo of a bloody child in Syria with the caption, “You don’t care because I’m not your child.”
Hours after the deadly bombing, he returned to his favorite social-media site, tweeting, “Ain’t no love in the heart of the city, stay safe people,” a reference to a Jay-Z lyric.
Source: THE NEW YORK POST