Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant is following up on his comments … making it clear he is against hate speech and antisemitism, in the wake of the controversy regarding Kyrie Irving–but said the Nets should have stayed out of it.
“I’m about spreading love always,” KD tweeted. “Our game Unites people and I wanna make sure that’s at the forefront.”
Durant thinks the Brooklyn Nets should have shut up and let Kyrie Irving dribble … saying the organization should have not gotten involved in his teammate’s antisemitism controversy.
He does, however, say he trusts the organization to make the right decision when asked about Kyrie’s 5-game suspension.
KD spoke with the media on Friday about the Nets’ decision to punish Kyrie over inadequately addressing the decision to post a link to a movie riddled with antisemitic beliefs … and he feels like it was none of the team’s business.
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