Kyrie Irving Finally Breaks His Silence Amid Nets Suspension

Kyrie Irving Finally Breaks His Silence Amid Nets Suspension

Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving was suspended for a minimum of five games for promoting materials containing antisemitic content on his social media.

Irving’s subsequent refusal to initially apologize for his actions led to Brooklyn sidelining him.

Over the past several days, despite rumors about him meeting with Nets owner Joe Tsai and NBA commissioner Adam Silver, Irving has remained silent on social media.

On Sunday, that changed.

In a lengthy post to his Twitter account, Irving spoke out on the big issue facing him right now: claims that he has some sort of issue with Jewish people.

“I was not put here on earth to participate in any religious/political wars or incite racial disharmony/prejudice within communities,” he wrote.

“We are all equal under the sun and I am here to participate in the building of an Equal world and follow the Word from the Most High/GOD/YAH.”

Fans immediately reacted to Irving’s message:

Over the past few days a number of opinions from NBA high-ups have emerged regarding whether Irving is truly antisemitic.

Beyond that, Irving’s questionable status with the organization has already had some pretty significant ramifications for the Nets.

Irving, aside from one cryptic message, has remained quiet until today.

It will be interesting to see where all parties involved go from here.

Is Irving’s tweet from Sunday a sign that his return to the Nets is imminent?

Or is it him just doing his own thing, as he often has throughout his time in Brooklyn?

An answer one way or the other should emerge soon enough.

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