Toronto Superfan Attacked on Twitter

For the Toronto Raptors, this week has been tied in with transforming dismal amusements into winning results.

Furthermore, one Raptors superfan is relishing the two his group’s sweet triumph Saturday in the Eastern Conference last, and his own positive completion from a supremacist experience with a Milwaukee Bucks fan.

Nav Bhatia was the objective of a supremacist tweet sent Tuesday by a now-erased account, @KJB30.

The man had tweeted:

The tweet was put on impact by MP Raj Grewal, who approached Twitter to manage the issue.

“Hey @Twitter, this tweet by @KJB30 is racist and should be removed,” Grewal wrote. “There is no place for this type of language in the @NBA or on Twitter.”

The federal politician then extended a compassionate offer to the offender: “Also, I don’t know you @KJB30 but I welcome you to come to Toronto and meet @superfan_nav he’s one of the nicest guys in the game.”

Clearly, Milwaukee fans needed Bhatia to realize the tweet didn’t represent them, on the grounds that on Friday, Bhatia tweeted a message of appreciation following the Raptors-Bucks game in Milwaukee:

Nav Bhatia wrote on Twitter:

“Thank you to all the @Bucks fans who came up to me and apologized for words someone tweeted even though you didnt have to,” he tweeted. “I know we are in a heated series, but i want everyone to know, regardless of what one person has said. Milwaukee and its fans are incredible!”

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