Jarred Cosart, league American baseball, Astros , apologized after a gay insult used to describe pop star Justin Bieber when tweeted a message to an ex-partner team.
Cosart deleted the offending tweet from his account and apologized for “a poor choice in words.” He also said in a tweet that the previous post did not “reflect who he is as a person” .
The Astros league also released a statement calling the tweet Cosart of “unacceptable” for any member of the organization. The Astros said he talked with Cosart about his behavior and that he was “extremely sorry.”
“We do not condone the language used today by Jarred on Twitter.’s Unacceptable for anyone in our organization. Jarred We talked about this, and he is extremely remorseful. He realized his mistake and apologized,” said Astros a statement.
The general manager of the Astros, Jeff Luhnow also released a statement about the tweet Cosart,“It’s something we take very seriously and we definitely do not condone this type of language to our players” , Luhnow said.
Although Jarred Cosart have said he was sorry for his language against Bieber, he made it clear he does not support the recent problems of the pop star with the law, “I apologized and I’m really sorry, but I will never defend a model ‘behavior ‘who is arrested for’ rift ‘, resisting arrest, DUI and so on. “