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Dwight Howard Tweets #FreePalestine Then Says He’s Sorry

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, July 12th, 2014
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Dwight Howard Clown

At least Dwight didn’t say he was hacked.

I am not sure why he is apologizing for though, if that is how he feels, that is how he feels. I can see apologize for making a political comment he didn’t mean to make, but how can you offend someone with your belief?

It would be like apologizing for being Catholic to a Jewish person, you can’t control how others feel about an issue.

He needs a social media coordinator. Thanks to CJ Zero for the screengrab.

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  1. Carino Torres says:

    who cares? you’re a clown and deserves nothing !!!

  2. Dexter says:

    Howard’s comment is ignorant and stupid – but he’s a basketball player – so who cares? Let him continue in his ignorance if he wants – no one is paying attention to what he say.

    I do R. Littal’s comments above ‘…how can you offend someone with your belief?’ and ‘…you can’t control how others feel about an issue.’ to be completely hypocritical considering how offend Mr. Littal was by Donald Stirling’s comments.

    Lastly – being a Catholic, or a Jew (or for that matter any other religion) is NOT an opinion – the precepts of one’s faith are meant to serve as the basis upon which the practitioner lives his life.

  3. cformusic says:

    Dwight needs more than a social media coordinator..dude needs Iyanla to fix it

  4. sam says:

    Howard a player I do think is a clown was not wrong in taking apolitical view and should be applauded for it. What is ridiculous and shows how he let’s his image and others control him like dexter for calling him and idiot for not agreeing with his views or backing down from his opinion because the Jewish media or his adisory team and likely Jewish nba commish Adam sterling did not feel it was the right message to pass along since it was not there on view.just another person letting his own ideas and morales be thrown away to fit in and make more money.

  5. Earl says:

    That fool had to apologize because for a moment, he forgot who he really works for. LOL!

  6. Jacob Graves says:

    Dwight Howard, while I respect his limited basketball ability, is an uninformed, uneducated CLOWN. He should really think before he engages his mouth or his sex organ, both of which have and will continue to impact his ability to build a secure future for himself. He is entitled to his political opinions, but when you make them public, now you have to defend them. He most certainly is not an intellectual, so maybe he should just play basketball. Although my name may suggest otherwise I am not Jewish, I am however weary of seeing a guy looking for approval continue to put his foot in his mouth. Perhaps some of his useless entourage should tell him to get off of Twitter.

  7. Meecie says:

    I saw where Rhianna deleted a #freePalestine tweet that mysteriously showed up on her twitter page for a few moments unknowingly. I dont know if it’s true or not but often times you have to log on some pages through a twitter account and anyone these days can hack accounts and upload tweets or status’. We are so quick to judge people, call them derogatory names and it’s crazy to me. If he was supporting Palestine he has that right, we all have the right to support anyone or anything even if it’s not agreed upon. My goodness gracious, at least the man apologized for a tweet that obviously is a sensitive subject for many and is not of his own doing.

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