Kyrie Irving is one of the stars of the Brooklyn Nets and the team’s second-highest salary player, but the New York franchise decided to suspend him due to his off-sports behavior. Kyrie Irving was suspended indefinitely until he complies with a series of measures imposed by the Brooklyn Nets, but the suspension will be at least five games. That means he won’t play until at least Sunday, November 13, when the Nets visit the Los Angeles Lakers.
After the Nets announced that they were suspending Kyrie Irving for not apologizing or condemning anti-Semitism after promoting a film against the Jewish community, the base has reacted and, finally, has shown his repentance with a statement.
The 2018 feature film called “Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America” expresses a highly criticized position on the role of African Americans and their relationship with the Jewish community, being dismissed due to the series of false accusations they make and incidentally the clear anti-Jewish message. Semitic who promotes.
It is not the first time that Irving has been involved in this type of situation, but it is the first time that he has received criticism at all levels, since from fans to the NBA commissioner they have sent strong messages to Irving.
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