The defensive end of the Miami Dolphins Emanuel Ogbah He received a racist message on Instagram after his team lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars in London on Sunday (October 1).
Ogbah said he usually ignores the insulting and negative comments and messages he receives, but an Instagram user referred to him by n-word.
According to Knewz, A man by name Nick Mongeau Used racial prejudice against Ogbar, who reposted it in a tweet that was later deleted. Following the public following of the message by the NFL star, the University of Rong Island, the employer of Mongo, has issued a statement condemning the horrific acts of racism.
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“The university today came to know about an offensive, unacceptable and racist comment that was posted on social media earlier today, allegedly by one of our students. This language has no place in a community that is deeply committed to hate and anti-racism, ”the university said in a statement.
Added: “Considering the significance of this issue, the university has taken immediate action and referred the matter to the university’s student behavior process for review.”
Although the identity granted by URI was not disclosed, the internet tracked him and he later deleted his IG account.
In a 22-23 loss to the Jaguars, Ogba finished with three tackles, a sack and a pass breakup. In his second season with the 27-year-old Dolphin.