Sheriff called to NBA ‘bad boy’ Morant’s home…social media suggests extreme choice

National Basketball Association (NBA) guard Jrue Morant (24, Memphis Grizzlies) has struck again. This time, the sheriff’s department was called.

According to USA Today, sheriff’s deputies in Shelby County, Tennessee, went to Morant’s residence to make sure he was safe. It all started on social media. Morant posted on social media, “I love you mom,” “I love you dad,” “You’re the best daughter ever,” and “Bye bye. Morant reportedly explained to deputies that the “goodbye” after mentioning her family meant she would be off social media for the time being.

Morant has been criticized after two social media videos of him holding a gun went viral 스포츠토토. In a video posted to social media on April 14, Morant was seen holding a handgun in a car. In March, a video surfaced of him pulling out a handgun while drunk at a club, and he was suspended for eight games. Memphis was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs, ending the season. The punishment for the second video will reportedly take effect next season.

Morant averaged 26.2 points and 8.1 assists per game this season. Despite his skills, he has been criticized for his violent behavior. Morant’s behavior has been criticized in the wake of a recent spate of mass shootings in the United States, which has led to calls for stricter gun control.

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