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Kobe Bryant Apologizes For Gay Slur But He Will Appeal $100K Fine

NBA star Kobe Bryant from Los Angeles Lakers was fined $100,000 by the NBA on Wednesday for a gay slur that was caught on camera. The Baketball Player apologizes fro his behaviour

ESPN reports:

Bryant apologized Wednesday and said that his comments “should not be taken literally,” but he also said that he will appeal the fine.

After receiving a technical foul during Tuesday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs, Bryant stormed to the bench, hit his seat before sitting down, threw a towel and then yelled “Bennie!” toward referee Bennie Adams. Bryant then leaned back and muttered a gay slur.

The episode was caught on camera on TNT’s national telecast, prompting announcer Steve Kerr to say: “You might wanna take the cameras off of him right now, for the children watching from home.”

Reda the full story via ESPN

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Here is the video of the gay slur caught on camera

http://youtu.be/t84p7mcK2Pk