Brooklyn Net's Kyrie Irving is back in the news again, Irving has since apologized for his comments that some deem to be anti-Semitic, in a joint statement with the Brooklyn Nets, but the damage may have already been done.
Kyrie talked to reporters today, a day after it was announced that Irving and the Nets would donate $500,000 "toward causes and organizations that work to eradicate hate and intolerance in our communities."
In his meeting with reporters, Kyrie seemed to hold his ground and hold his stance on his beliefs repeatedly saying "I cannot be anti-Semitic if I know where I come from."
Irving even got a big co-sign from Kanye "Ye" West who've been battling being canceled for so-called "anti-Semitic" remarks. Ye posted his approval on his Twitter page by sharing the video of Kyrie with reporters with the caption.
"And Pilate wrote a title, and put it on the cross. And the writing was,
NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS"