Minnesota Timberwolves guard, Anthony Edwards has come out to apologize for his use of homophobic language in an Instagram video shared earlier this month during NBA media day. He recently had his say via his social media page, and fans have been reacting.
In the Instaclip, he was heard saying, “Look at these queer a** n****s, man. Look at the world I came to.”
Apologizing recently, he revealed that he is sorry for his immature comments in the video because he is one to try to respect everyone with whatever he does online and offline.
Anthony added that he is willing to do whatever it takes to make things right.
His words, “I respect everybody. I know what I posted was immature, and I’m sorry for that, if I hurt anyone. I’m working with the team, and I’m sorry to all the Minnesota fans. I’m working to be better.”
“I’m willing to do whatever it takes to make it right, show everybody that I come with respect.”
“That’s not who I am, I’m willing to take it as far as I need to. It just makes me think before I do anything now. I learned that you have to think before you speak and things can be taken away in a blink. Words hurt people and I just gotta be better.”
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