Strippers: Ja Morant Hasn't Apologized For Flashing Gun In Club

Dancers Say Ja Morant Has Not Apologized To Them For Flashing Gun In Club: ‘He’s A Boy’

Strippers from the club Ja Morant brandished a gun in, say the baller has yet to apologize to them for the incident, and many aren’t holding their breath to receive one.

Morant is just “a boy,” one of the dancers told the New York Post. The 23-year-old is currently serving a suspension after a second incident of brandishing a gun on Instagram Live in mid-May.

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“I don’t foresee an apology soon — he’s a boy,” the dancer said of Morant. “I just wonder about how he’s still on the team,” another added.

A third similarly told the Post that Morant needs to be banned “from all clubs and (have) his NBA career taken away.”

“He’s clearly begging for attention and trying to be a baller — he should be banned from all clubs and get his NBA career taken away given our country’s current circumstances on gun violence.”

Ja Morant Apologizes, Attends Counseling After March Incident, Apologizes Again For Saturday Incident

The baller reportedly spent over $50,000 in cash at Shotgun Willie’s in Colorado during the incident in March. Morant apologized and even attended counseling after being suspended for eight games following the March incident.

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On Tuesday (May 16), he apologized again for the latest gaffe and took “full accountability” for his actions.

“I know I’ve disappointed a lot of people who have supported me,” Morant said. “This is a journey and I recognize there is more work to do. My words may not mean much right now, but I take full accountability for my actions. I’m committed to continuing to work on myself.”

The Post cited Deborah Dunafon, the strip club’s owner, calling Morant “exceptionally respectful and sweet” after the March incident.

Viral NBA 2K Suspension, Nike Ja 1s Removed From Nike & Finish Lines’ Apps

Morant went viral over the weekend after a screenshot of his NBA 2K character sitting on the sidelines began circulating online.

Meanwhile, the baller appears to be facing more consequences after this latest incident of flashing a gun on Instagram Live. The NBA player’s sneakers are “no longer listed” on the Nike App or Finish Line’s mobile application, according to the Commercial Appeal.

As of Monday (May 22), the Hunger Ja 1s are still listed to be released on Thursday, May 25.


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