Tampa, Florida-Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Carlton Davis (Carlton Davis) posted a tweet on Sunday night containing anti-Asian slander and apologized for it, saying he did not Realize the deep hurting meaning of this word.
Carlton wrote in tweets that have been deleted since: “Don’t let g —- be in Miami anymore.”
Davis, 24, apologized for using the slander in subsequent tweets and said that he thought the word meant “lamzi.”
Davis wrote in a tweet: “I will never offend anyone.” “Your reporter can look for another story to preach. This term is aimed at a producer who claims he “runs in Miami.” Words Nevertheless, I will withdraw this word from my vocabulary because Asian families are experiencing hardships.
“I once used a term that where I came from was always̵
According to a recent report by the Hate Extremism Research Center, hate crimes against Asian Americans in major cities in the United States rose by nearly 150% last year, and several incidents in recent weeks have made headlines.
Davis has opposed racism in the past and talked about his experience as a black man. He became a member of the Bucs Social Justice Committee and met with community leaders last summer to discuss how the police can build better relationships with black communities.