Austin Gunn apologizes for using racial abuse in old tweets


Racism is a prevalent theme all over the world, and as the years pass, the tolerance of racism decreases and is correct. It seems that AEW star Austin Gunn was called in 2013 to use racial abuse.

Austin Gunn of the Gun Club took to Twitter and apologized in 2013 for using the N-word in several tweets as a 17-year-old college student.

“The most insensitive tweets / replies I made when I was 17 in 2013 were brought to my attention. I have no words to describe how I feel right now. There is no apology for this, and I deeply regret it.

Austin Gunn has attended several sensory meetings while he was in college and revealed that he still attends such events organized by AEW.

“AEW offers excellent sensitivity programs on a regular basis. I have attended many times. I want to continue to learn from my mistakes, improve my outlook on the world and try to make my parents proud. I do not grow up in this way. Thank you for reading this. ”

The past always comes back to haunt you and Austin Gunn finally realized it. The Gun Club’s Austin Gunn is currently quarreling with Sting and Darby Allyn at AEW. We have to wait and see how his house is going.

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November 25, 2021 6:56 am


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