(KY3) - ESPN has suspended Adrian Wojnarowski without pay after a profane email sent to Sen. Hawley had sent a letter to National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver, complaining about the social justice messages National Basketball Association players are allowed to wear on the back of their jerseys, and Woj was responding to a press release Hawley's office had sent to him. Josh Hawley, R-Mo. was leaked to social media, according to multiple reports.
Wojnarowski later apologized for the email.
The ESPN PR team responded with a statement on Twitter condemning the comments Friday, but has not announced further details on the suspension.
It shows you who they are really aligned with. "I'm sorry for the way I handled myself and I am reaching out immediately to Senator Hawley to apologize directly". According to a report, his antics have earned Woj a suspension from his employer, ESPN.
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In true Twitter form, #FreeWoj began trending last night as many fans and even National Basketball Association players advocated for Woj to come back.
But his tweet on Sunday, which appeared to show an army of supporters coming to Wojnarowski's aid after his suspension for the profane letter along with the hashtag #FreeWoj, looked to put the Celtics center squarely in Woj's camp.
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In making his point, Hawley referenced Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey supporting anti-government protests in Hong Kong with an image that read, "Fight For Freedom".
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