Shannon Sharpe provided a mea culpa Monday early morning, excusing entering into an altercation with numerous Grizzlies gamers and Ja Morant‘s daddy near his flooring seats at the Lakers game Friday night, stating he takes complete duty for his actions.
“I want to apologize for my behavior,” Sharpe today on “Undisputed,” including … “For the last six and a half years, I’ve preached accountability and responsibility. And I take full responsibility for what transpired. It does not matter what Dillon Brooks said or how many times he said it.”
“Me being the responsible person. Me having the platform that I have and having so many people look up to me, I was wrong. I should have lowered the temperature in the arena. Instead, I turned the temperature up, and I let it get out of hand.”
Sharpe then said sorry to Jeanie Buss,theLakers company, and their fans for “any harm or unwanted attention” he might have triggered. The FS1 analyst likewise said sorry to the Grizzlies, Dillon Brooks, and Morant, whom he raved about after seeing him play personally.
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Of course, sitting courtside for the Grizzlies-Lakers game Friday night, Shannon entered into a heated back-and-forth with Brooks, triggering Ja andSteven Adams to come to Dillon’s defense.
The Pro Football Hall of Famer was likewise jawing with Ja’s daddy, Tee, “saying, “I wager you will not,” numerous times as security, arena staffers, referees, and gamers attempted to separate them.
Despite the disorderly scene, Sharpe went back to his seat a quarter later on to complete viewing the game — and even apologized with Tee later on in the night.
Shannon concluded his apologies by releasing a couple of more — he said sorry to LeBron James, who after the game stated he has Sharpe’s back, his stylist, his household, and FOX for putting them in a position to respond to for his habits.