Kyrie Irving

The saga Kyrie Irving brought on himself is slowly coming to a resolution.


The filmmaker behind the controversial film 'Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America', Ronald Dalton Jr., has issued a press release defending it on Twitter. The film, which many have criticized due to antisemitic content, has been the source of troubles for Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving who has been suspended for his support of the film on social media.

Kyrie Irving is under heavy criticism after promoting a film many say is antisemitic. Some NBA execs speculate that he might not play again.

Kyrie Irving’s tweet has put him in the bullseye of cancel culture but the film he referenced is still being streamed on Amazon.

A stray, allegedly antisemitic tweet by Kyrie Irving continues to reap L’s for the NBA-All Star point guard. In addition to his five-game minimum suspension, without pay, by the New Jersey Nets, Nike announced it is suspending its relationship with the NBA champion.

Kyrie Irving is finally taking responsibility for his wreckless tweet, where he shared a link to a film full of antisemitic tropes.


Kyrie Irving is going to Kyrie Irving. The superstar NBA point guard with the questionable social media decision-making skills is mired in controversy due to one of his latest tweets, and apparently, he’s not backing down.

Brooklyn Nets star guard Kyrie Irving says he lost out on a 4-year deal with over $100 million for not getting the COVID-19 vaccine.


Kyrie Irving is a savant on a basketball court. His opinions on other topics, leave much to be desired, though.