Kyrie Irving opens up in new apology for anti-Semitic post

As Nets guard Kyrie Irving prepares to return to the court Sunday against the Grizzlies after being suspended by the team for sharing an anti-Semitic video on social media, the Brooklyn star sat down for an exclusive interview with SNY’s Ian Begley for to discuss the discharge and its course. to return to court.

In the interview, Begley asked Irving if he was anti-Semitic.

“No, I’m not anti-Semitic. I’ve never been. I have no hatred in my heart for the Jewish people or anyone who identifies as Jewish. I’m not anti-Jewish or anything like that. “It’s been hard sitting at home with my family watching all of this and having questions, and the part that hasn’t been hard is explaining myself because I know who I am and what I stand for,” Irving said.

When asked about his intent behind sharing the video, Irving expanded on his reasoning behind tweeting the anti-Semitic film on social media.

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