Kevin Durant has never been peaceful on social media, but this week’s controversial exchange with Michael Rapaport opened up for the new star of the Brooklyn Nets Xintiandi.
Durant (Durant) has been absent from the game with a hamstring injury since mid-February, and he apologized when talking to reporters on Thursday.
Durant said: “Sorry, people saw the language I use.” “This is not what I really want people to see and hear me, but I hope I can go over it and get back to the floor.”
Nets coach Steve Nash (Steve Nash) also talked about this, saying that the organization has had internal discussions about the Durant deal, but according to ESPN̵
This is why Kevin Durant quarreled with Michael Rapaport
The problematic exchange started in December, when Rapaport, who was a longtime TV actor, is currently trying to serve as a commentator on professional sports programs. He wrote on Twitter:
This tweet is about this interview. Durant talked with TNT’s “NBA Inside” staff while looking down at the floor and giving a short answer.
Durant was obviously more talkative when he came back online. Rapaport shared a screenshot showing the subsequent Instagram DM exchange where the actor claimed Durant had threatened him and brought his wife into the conversation. The language Durant used in the message contained enough homosexual and misogynistic language to make the “Call of Duty” hall appear blushing.
Warning, the following screenshot contains amazing profanity:
Durant made a brief apology for Rapaport’s tweets, claiming that the two exchanged even crazier information frequently.
Durant later repeated this request and apologized again in the Instagram comments.
According to the “Daily Mail” report, Rappaport continued to criticize Durant after apologizing. He said that although they had a short professional relationship, they never became friends or made friendly jokes. He also continued to post information about Durant on Twitter, although it is not yet clear how much he attaches importance to the whole matter.
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