Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving on Saturday tweeted that he "had nothing but good intentions to anybody's strict convictions"

after the proprietor of his NBA group censured him for tweeting a connection to a narrative considered bigoted.

"I'm disheartened that Kyrie seems to help a film in light of a book brimming with hostile to semitic disinformation," Nets proprietor Joe Tsai composed on Twitter Friday night.

"I need to plunk down and ensure he comprehends this is destructive to us all, and as an honest man, it is inappropriate to advance disdain in light of race, nationality or religion."

Irving wrote in a tweet on Saturday: "I'm an OMNIST and I had only good intentions to anybody's strict convictions

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The 'Counter Semitic' mark that is being pushed on me isn't legitimate and doesn't mirror the truth or truth I live in regular.

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 I embrace and need to gain from varying backgrounds and religions."An omnist is somebody who puts stock in all religions.

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The star monitor tweeted a connection Thursday to the 2018 film "Jews to Negroes: Wake Up Dark America," which depends on Ronald Dalton's book of a similar name.

Drifter depicted the book and film as "loaded down with anti-Jewish figures of speech

Drifter depicted the book and film as "loaded down with anti-Jewish figures of speech