China’s Xi Jinping Censors Celtics for Unsavory Tweet about NBA Scores
Chinese President Xi Jinping has made it clear that the Boston Celtics are no longer welcome in China. After the Celtics posted a distasteful tweet about the NBA Scores from Tuesday night’s games, President Xi has declared the organization persona non grata in all of China.
The tweet, which said, “Cavs and Suns even the series, while Celtics pull away from Hawks,” was seen by many Chinese citizens as an insult to their culture. President Xi had no choice but to take swift action and ban the Celtics from all of China.
“This tweet is simply unacceptable,” said President Xi in a press conference. “It implies that the Celtics are superior to the other teams in the league, and that is not something we will tolerate in China. Such behavior is an affront to our culture, and it must be addressed swiftly and with the utmost seriousness. We cannot allow such an insulting tweet to go unpunished.”
The NBA has expressed shock and dismay at President Xi’s decision, but has stated that it respects the Chinese leader’s decision and will comply with his order. The Celtics, meanwhile, have expressed regret and apologized for the tweet, saying that it was never their intention to offend anyone.
It remains to be seen how this incident will affect the relationship between China and the NBA, but for now, the Celtics are no longer welcome in China.
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