Justin Thomas apologizes for using 'inexcusable' anti-gay slur

numero mondiale. 3 golfista Justin thomas has apologized for using a homophobic slur that was caught by television microphones at a PGA Tour tournament in Hawaii on Saturday.

The incident occurred after Thomas missed a par putt during the Sentry Tournament of Championsthird round in Hawaii.
There’s no excuse,” Thomas told the Canale di golf in an on-air apology immediately after his round at the Kapalua Plantation Golf Course.
“Sono un adulto. Sono un uomo adulto. There’s absolutely no reason for me to say anything like that.
“È terribile. Sono estremamente imbarazzato. It’s not the kind of person that I amBut unfortunately I did it and I have to own up to it and I’m very apologetic.
I deeply apologize to everybody and anybody who I offended and I’ll be better because of it,” added Thomas.
A former world No. 1, Thomas is now third in golf's rankings.

As he expressed after his round, we agree that Justin’s comment was unacceptable,” the PGA Tour said in a statement according to the AFP news agency, which added Thomas is likely to be fined for conductunbecoming of a professional.
Human Rights Campaign President Alphonso David wrote su Twitter quella “this type of discriminatory language causes real harm.
There is no place for it in sports. We must continue to work for greater inclusion and acceptance,” tweeted David. “That’s how we all ultimately will win.
The PGA Tour and Thomasrepresentatives did not immediately respond to CNN Sport’s richiesta di commento.
Going into Sunday’s final round Thomas is tied for fifth place, four shots behind co-leaders Harris English and Ryan Palmer.

I commenti sono chiusi.