England cricketer Olly Robinson has been thrown into the dust following racist and sexual posts on Twitter from 2012 and 2013. “I’m ashamed of the tweets I posted eight years ago, and it’s public now,” Robinson said. “Sorry, I’m sure I learned my lesson.”
Olly Robinson was the front page news in all English newspapers on Thursday. On Wednesday, during the Cricket International match between England and New Zealand, old tweets from England International suddenly came out. “I want to make it clear that I am not racist or racist,” Robinson read in a statement. “I’m so sorry for my actions and ashamed to make comments like this.”
“I did not want anything to happen eight years ago that would have harmed the efforts of my teammates and the English Cricket Association against racism. I was thoughtless and irresponsible at the time, and my actions were unforgivable. It should be about my efforts on the field and the pride of being introduced to England, but it has been affected by my thoughtless behavior in the past. ”
The English Cricket Association has launched an investigation into the facts.
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