The truth doesn’t seem to hurt Paul Pierce.
The great Celtics are using the same social media platform that got him fired by ESPN to show fans he was doing well after the network decided to let him go after a rude Instagram post.
“Yo, just want to thank my supporters and thank the haters and everything,” Pierce posted on an Instagram video. fond Don’t worry You fall twice, you rise three times. Always remember to smile, dear. “
Pierce posted a video on Friday night of him being massaged by a half-naked woman at a poker table, according to Andrew Marchand of The Post, most of ESPN’s decisions came from Pierce̵7;s choice. Will post the video by myself.
The 10-time All-Star and the upcoming Hall of Famer has been with ESPN since the start of the 2017-18 season and has been one of the key analysts on “NBA Countdown and” The Jump, “two. At the ESPN premiere, the NBA showed
Pierce also assured fans that he was doing well on Twitter.
“I can’t lose, even if I lose, I win,” Pierce wrote.