The Truth doesn’t seem to be hurting Paul Pierce.
The Celtics genius is using the same social media platforms that fired him from ESPN to express to fans that he is doing well after the network decided to let him go after an obscene post on Instagram.
“Yo, I just want to thank all my followers and thank my enemies and everything,” Pierce posted in an Instagram video. Check it out, bigger and better things are coming, baby. Do not worry about that. You fall twice, you get up three times. Always remember to smile, honey. “
Pierce posted a video Friday night of him receiving massages from semi-naked women at a poker table. According to The Post’s Andrew Marchand, ESPN’s decision was largely based on Pierce choosing to post the videos himself.
The 10-time All-Star and future Hall of Famer had been with ESPN since the start of the 2017-18 season and was a lead analyst on “NBA Countdown and” The Jump, “two of ESPN’s premieres. NBA programs.
Pierce also assured fans that he was doing well on Twitter.
“I can’t lose, even when I lose, I’m winning.” Pierce wrote.