Shaq is now in the fray.  

Nets guard Kyrie Irving is facing backlash for posting a link on Twitter to an anti-Semitic film last month. For a week, he declined to apologize or say that he held no antisemitic beliefs, prompting the Nets on Nov. 3 to suspend him indefinitely. He has since apologized, but the fallout continues: On Nov. 4, Nike condemned hate and antisemitism, and suspended its relationship with Irving immediately.

Shaq is now being accused of showing that antisemitic film at a theater he owns.

You can see the flyer below:

Shaq wasn’t very happy with Kyrie, he and Charles went off. 

Irving, a seven-time N.B.A. All-Star, has been with the Nets since 2019. He won a championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016, but over the past few years he has often been discussed more for his off-court views. In a 2018 interview with The New York Times, he suggested that the Earth might be flat, and over the past year he had refused to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Kyrie has turned the NBA into a real circus. 

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