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Isaiah Thomas Apologizes on Instagram Live for Disrespectful Comments About Cleveland
- Updated: August 12, 2018
His words quickly made their way across the internet, and while Thomas issued a written apology on Twitter, it seems he thought that wasn’t enough.
Thomas took Instagram Live shortly after the initial video to issue a recorded apology as well.
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“Cleveland wasn’t that bad. I shouldn’t have said that. That was my fault. Cleveland was actually cool, it was all right,” he said. “The situation just wasn’t the best. I apologize for saying it was a s—h—. It wasn’t a s—h—. The team was dope, the players was filthy. My guy Gio. Training staff was cold. Nah, Cleveland was cool. I shouldn’t have said that, that was my bad. I was just talking on IG Live, I didn’t think it was gonna get to where they’re posting it. It’s like damn, my bad.”
Perhaps someone should remind Thomas that even though he hasn’t had been an All-Star player since the 2016-17 season, he is still a star in the NBA.
Hopefully this is the last time Thomas will bring up the great city of Cleveland. Knowing his tendency to start drama, however, it seems somewhat unlikely.