Nick Bosa Controversy

What do you know about Nick Bosa’s controversy? Learn more about Donal Trump-related tweets via this article.

In 2019 Nick Bosa, a defensive end for the San Francisco 49ers, said that he deleted his tweets about President Donald Trump, Beyonce, Colin Kaepernick, Black Panther, and other topics because he might get drafted by the San Francisco 49ers later month. 

Nick Bosa Controversy Explained

 NFL Defensive Rookie of the year, Nicholas John Bosa, is the son of former NFL defensive end John Bosa and younger brother Joey Bosa.

Joey is currently a linebacker for the Los Angeles Chargers. Bosa is widely considered the best player in the 2019 NFL draft.

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Nick Bosa is often on social media and tweets several comments on celebrities and current issues. He has been a source of controversy from time to time. 

49ers' Nick Bosa apologizes for controversial social media posts.
49ers’ Nick Bosa apologizes for controversial social media posts. (Image Source: NFL)

Racist Comments After Deleting Donald Trump-Related Tweet

In his tweets, he called Kaepernick a “clown,” Black Panther the “worst marvel movie,” and Beyonce’s music “complete trash.”

Nick Bosa Deleted Donald Trump, Colin Kaepernick Tweets Prior to NFL Draft.
Nick Bosa Deleted Donald Trump and Colin Kaepernick Tweets Before NFL Draft. (Image Source: si.com)

He leaned forward with his hands in his lap and replied after a brief acknowledgment, “I’m sorry if I hurt anybody.

He was also supportive of President Donald Trump in his tweets. But later, he deleted all the tweets because he might get drafted by the San Francisco 49ers later month. 

In an interview with ESPN, he said, “I had to; there is a chance I might end up in San Francisco.”

Inside a meeting room at Levi’s stadium with a team member and his parents, Bosa was asked a question; you previously said some insensitive things. Can you understand why some would find them offensive?

I didn’t intend for that to be the case. I think my being here (San Francisco) is even better for me because I don’t think there’s anywhere, any city, you could really be in that would help you grow as much as this one will.

I’m going to be surrounded by people of all different kinds so that I will grow as a person. I’m going to be on my own. I’m going to grow up, and I’m gonna learn a lot of new things. It’s exciting.”

Bosa showed he wanted to take accountability for his actions and clear the air to move forward.

 The General Manager of the 49ers, John Lynch, and other teammates believe that Bosa’s posts were the action of a young and immature kid.  

Lynch also mentioned “liking” Bosa’s social media posts that contained homophobic and racist hashtags.

But based on their research, the team and organizations were comfortable with Bosa; as a player, he was liked and respected by coaches and teammates.

In his social media, Bosa paints himself as an unapologetic conservative who stands firmly behind the President. 

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After getting drafted by the NFL, President Trump congratulated Bosa on Twitter and wrote, “Congratulations to Nick Bosa on being picked number two in the NFL Draft. You will be a great player, maybe one of the best for years to come.

Big Talent! San Francisco will Embrace you but most importantly, stay true to yourself. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!.”

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