Somerset Sealer Jack Brooks Has apologized to the Indian star Chetshwar Pugara Because of his racist behavior during the latter’s tenure YorkshireIt is worth noting that Pujara represented Yorkshire in 2015 and 2018.
When they both played for Yorkshire, Brooks called Pujara “Steve” because it was difficult for him to name the Indian star.
Earlier this week, Brooks’ name appeared on Testimony of Azim Rafik Before the Special Committee of the Ministry of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports. Rafik revealed that Brooks has become accustomed to calling Pujala “Steve.”
“Referring to my naming in the statement issued by Azeem Rafiq to members of Congress this week, the use of the name’Steve’ is related to some people whose names are difficult to pronounce. When this happened in the locker room environment in the past, regardless of faith or Regardless of race, nicknames are commonplace. I admit that I have used it in this situation, and it is disrespectful and wrong to accept this now.” What Brooks said ESPN reviews.
“For any offense I caused to him or his family, I have reached out to Cheteshwar and apologized to him. At the time, I didn’t think it was racist behavior, but now I understand it is unacceptable,” He added.
Brooks also apologized for using racist language in his 2012 tweets.Nine years ago, he used the word “n**o” on Twitter to communicate with England pitchers Timal mills with Stewart Laudart.
“I admit that the language I used in the two tweets I posted in 2012 is unacceptable, and I deeply regret using it. I apologize unreservedly for any offense to anyone who might have seen these tweets ,” Reveal Brooks.
“The two players I tweeted to are my friends. Of course I have no intention of causing trouble or offense to them or anyone reading them. My understanding is that neither of them was offended at the time, but I admit that the language is very good. Important, the words I use may offend others,” Brooks further added.