The truth does not seem to hurt Paul Pierce.
The social media platform used by the great Celtics player also allowed him to be fired by ESPN to express his thoughts to the fans, because after the Internet decided to let him leave the noisy Instagram post, his performance was not bad.
“Yes, just want to thank all my supporters, and thank me for my hatred and everything,” Pierce posted in an Instagram video. “Look, something bigger and better, baby. Don’t worry about you falling twice and getting up three times. Just remember to smile forever, baby.”
Pierce released a video on Friday night where he was massaged by a half-naked woman at a poker table. According to The Post̵
Since the beginning of the 2017-18 season, the Hall of Fame member, who has been selected to the All-Stars 10 times and is about to become a member of the Hall of Fame, has been a member of ESPN and is one of the chief analysts of ESPN premieres of “NBA Countdown” and “The Jump” One. NBA show.
Pierce also assured fans that he did well on Twitter.
Pierce wrote: “Even if I lose, I won’t lose.”