If there was a path to mending the situation after Kyrie Irving’s retweet of an anti-Semitic movie last week, Irving himself put a torch to it while addressing reporters.
Speaking to reporters for the second time since his promotion of the film, “Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America,” Irving refused to say he was sorry, refused to say he didn’t hold anti-Semitic beliefs, refused to say the Holocaust happened and cast himself as the victim in the entire saga.
Irving was cut off by Nets PR after just six minutes of answering questions.
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“I didn’t mean to cause any harm,” Irving said. “I’m not the one that made the documentary.”
Irving repeatedly echoed the language from his joint statement…