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Buccaneers Cornerback Carlton Davis Apologizes After Tweeting Anti-Asian Slur – Sports Illustrated

Buccaneers CB Carlton Davis apologized for using an anti-Asian slur on Twitter.



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Buccaneers cornerback Carlton Davis apologized Sunday night roughly two hours after he tweeted an anti-Asian slur. Davis wrote “Gotta stop letting g***s in Miami,” at 6:42 p.m. ET and then deleted the post shortly after but screenshots were captured. 
Davis tweeted an apology at 9:01 p.m. ET and explained he didn’t know it was an anti-Asian slur but thought it meant someone who was “lame.” The 24-year-old also tweeted what he thought it was a word used in South Florida and said he would remove it…

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