It shouldn’t be a surprise that many “entertainers” are anti-Christians.
Whether they be Hollywood elitists, musicians or athletes, these people have a stigma against Christianity.
And now one NBA All-star and champion had an asinine comment about Christmas that will make your blood boil.
Many entertainers work on Christmas Day so it’s unsurprising that they have no respect for Jesus’ birthday.
Many filmmakers are known for their atheism and it’s not really surprising when you hear that a Hollywood elitist and especially musicians are Godless.
But there are many athletes who are Christian.
Not the ones who are anthem protesters, but others like Carson Wentz and Derek Carr are devout Christians.
Then you have athletes like Kyrie Irving who is a flat-Earther conspirator – meaning that he actually believes that the Earth is flat.
So it’s no surprise he has contempt for Christianity and Christmas.
“Playing the role of Ebenezer Scrooge, flat-Earther and Boston Celtics point guard Kyrie Irving said he does not “necessarily think of Christmas as a holiday.”
Irving’s Celtics face off with the Washington Wizards Monday, which Irving sees as just another day.
“The hoopla on Christmas, I don’t really get into that,” Irving told reporters Thursday night.
“I don’t really necessarily think of Christmas as a holiday.
I’m just happy I get to be with my family. Looking forward to playing in front of the fans on the 25th and playing against a high-level Washington team and going against great guys.”
You can watch the video here:
Kyrie Irving does not think of Christmas as a holiday, still excited to play in front of Boston fans on holiday. pic.twitter.com/EDnAA0nsin
— Chris Forsberg (@ESPNForsberg) December 22, 2017
Kyrie Irving and Nike also collaborated on a new commercial where he made fun of his flat-Earth theory.
Flat Earth. Gronk. Plant-based diet. Jayson Tatum.
Kyrie’s new Nike commercial has everything. https://t.co/8fJH9ki76v
— Chris Forsberg (@ESPNForsberg) December 25, 2017
Many people think that Irving is trolling everyone with his flat-Earth conspiracies and this Christmas comment.
But he’s also incredibly conceited and it’s clear when you consider that he was tired of being LeBron James’ “sidekick,” and left the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Boston Celtics in the offseason.
Who knows what he really thinks but it’s also probable that the one-and-done Duke Blue Devil really believes the nonsense he spews.