Athletes support Stephen Curry after the U.S. president rescinds an already rejected invitation


Athletes, celebrities and public figures come to the defense of Stephen Curry after No. 45 insulted Curry on Twitter.

At the Golden State Warriors’ media day, Stephen Curry said he’d vote ‘no’ to a White House visit in a team meeting. In response to that, the sitting president took to Twitter, as he often does, to express his displeasure with Curry’s comments.

Number 45 withdrew his White House invite to Curry, who had already said plainly and clearly, “I don’t want to go.”

In wake of another poor allocation of time and energy by the sitting president, many athletes, celebrities and public figures showed support for Curry against 45’s insults.

Here’s a thread:

LeBron James calling 45 a bum is the G.O.A.T., and according to Michael J. Rappaport even Yao Ming isn’t down with the president.

Here’s what the Warriors camp had to say.

Meanwhile Steph out here like…

But hey, 45 is going to 45, and the sad part is that it’s become normalized. The president’s behavior not being considered a “fireable offense” is proof that white supremacy is alive and well–shout out to Jemele Hill



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