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Josh Hart’s Apology: A Cryptic Twist from the NBA star

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Josh Hart, the New York Knicks guard, has once again stirred curiosity with a cryptic tweet. Last year, he caused a frenzy by asking if anyone had ever tasted breast milk. Now, he’s back in the spotlight, this time apologizing to his father, Moses Hart.

The Mysterious Apology

On Twitter, Hart posted a simple yet enigmatic message: “Hey, I’m sorry for disrespecting you, Dad.” The lack of context left fans puzzled, and they playfully speculated on its meaning. Was it related to last year’s breast milk tweet? Or did it hint at something deeper?

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Fan React to Josh Hart’s post

Twitter erupted with humorous responses:

“Nigga what” one fan wrote on Twitter.

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“calling brunson dad is insane” another wrote.

“U disrespected the game of basketball when ur team scored 73 points” another added.

“Give him breast milk as an apology gift.” a Twitter user wrote.

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“LeBron [James] isn’t on this thread, sir.” a fan commented.

The Clarification From Josh Hart

Josh Hart later clarified that his father briefly took his phone to post the tweet. But fans remained skeptical, wondering if he was just playing along. Regardless, Hart’s social media antics continue to entertain, even as he carries a heavy workload on the court.

As the NBA season unfolds, we’ll keep an eye on Josh Hart’s tweets—cryptic or otherwise. Who knows what surprises await in the world of basketball and social media?

Hart’s basketball journey began in Silver Spring, Maryland. Despite not receiving interest from private schools, he enrolled at Wheaton High School before transferring to Sidwell Friends School. As a junior, he averaged 20.6 points and 11.6 rebounds per game. His senior year saw impressive stats—24.3 points, 13.4 rebounds, and 2.8 steals per game. Hart’s talent caught the attention of Villanova University, where he committed to play college basketball. 

In the 2017 NBA draft, Hart was selected by the Utah Jazz with the 30th overall pick but was immediately traded to the Los Angeles Lakers. He spent two seasons with the Lakers before being traded to the New Orleans Pelicans in a package deal for Anthony Davis. After his stint with the Pelicans, Hart joined the Portland Trail Blazers and is currently playing for the New York Knicks.

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Arko Bhattacharyya is a content writer for swen entertainment and sports. This political science graduate is a huge sports fan . He uses his experience and passion to provide unique insight into all. Arko Bhattacharyya is a content writer combat based and us sports . Besides being a Us sports buff , he is also a massive football and cricket fan . Apart from his professional exploits as a content writer , he likes to travel and explore.
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