Kyrie Irving insists ‘he’s not anti-Semitic and never has been’ as he finally speaks out

Kyrie Irving has apologized for sharing a link to an Amazon documentary which has been widely labeled as anti-Semitic, insisting he meant no harm by the post which caused furor. 

The Brooklyn Nets superstar, who is expected to make his return from a franchise-imposed suspension Sunday, broke his media silence during an interview with SNY Saturday.

Irving has faced a barrage of criticism, ranging from the team’s front office to NBA Commissioner, Adam Silver, former NBA players and media for posting a link to the 2018 film ‘Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America.’ 

‘I’m not anti-Semitic, I never have been,’ Irving told SNY. ‘I don’t have hate in my heart for the Jewish people or anyone that identifies as a Jew. I’m not anti-Jewish.’  

The controversial movie is based on a 2015 book…

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