Dwyane Wade clarifies preliminary tweet supporting Nick Cannon

Dwyane Wade deleted a tweet in assist of TV host Nick Cannon within the wake of the entertainer being fired for making anti-Semitic remarks on a podcast.

After initially tweeting at Cannon, “We’re with you,” adopted by a black fist and “Maintain main!”, Wade later deleted it and issued a second tweet to elucidate himself.

“I need to make clear my now deleted tweet. I used to be not supporting or condoning what Nick Cannon particularly mentioned, however I had expressed my assist of him proudly owning the content material and model he helped create,” Wade wrote, adopted by a prayer emoji.

A short while later, he tweeted once more.

Cannon was fired Wednesday after a latest episode of his podcast, “Cannon’s Class,” by which he praised Nation of Islam chief Louis Farrakhan and mentioned anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.

The corporate put out a press release to announce the firing, by which it denounced the episode’s “hateful speech.”

“ViacomCBS condemns bigotry of any form and we categorically denounce all types of anti-Semitism,” the assertion mentioned.

Cannon launched his personal assertion on his Fb web page, as effectively, by which he defended himself.

“I’m deeply saddened in a second so near reconciliation that the powers that be, misused an necessary second for us to all develop nearer collectively and be taught extra about each other,” Cannon mentioned. “As a substitute the second was stolen and highjacked to make an instance of an outspoken black man. I can’t be bullied, silenced, or constantly oppressed by any group, group, or company. I’m disillusioned that Viacom doesn’t perceive or respect the facility of the black neighborhood.”

Philadelphia Eagles large receiver DeSean Jackson was not too long ago fined for conduct detrimental to the staff after an anti-Semitic social media posts. Former NBA participant Stephen Jackson later defended him and likewise brazenly mentioned anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.

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