Steve Harvey apologizes for negative tweet about comedians So pissed off

Steve Harvey apologizes for negative tweet about comedians So pissed off

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Steve Harvey took to social media to issue an apology to his fans after an employee posted
a tweet from the actor’s official Twitter page that asked users to name a comedian they
don’t find funny at all.
”Somebody that works for me on my Twitter put a statement out that was totally negative,”
he began in a minute long video message posted to Twitter Friday.
”I gotta take responsibility for a cause they work for me, but the engagement was talking
about, name a comedian you don’t think is funny.”
He rhetorically asked, ”Why would I do something like that?
That don’t even make no damn sense.”
The Family Feud host, 66, added that he would never tweet anything like that because his
whole brand is to be motivational.
”You don’t know where these young people at in they career, man,” he added.
”They could be coming up or anything.
I’m all about positivity.
I would’ve never done nothing like that.”
Harvey, who said he stopped his fishing trip to share this PSA, said the August 19 tweet
which has been deleted after being viewed more than 1 million times, pissed him off.
”I’m so pissed off right now, man,” the Steve alum continued.
”Talking about, I was trying to get some engagement.
Okay you trying to get some employment, too.
My bad, y’all.
Now I gotta come on here and doing a damn selfie.
So here it is.
I’m sorry.
My bad, y’all.
Won’t happen again, though.”
Page Six has reached out to Harvey’s reps to see if he actually terminated the employee,
but did not immediately hear back.
Though it’s unclear if the act-like-a-lady, think-like-a-man author actually let his staffer
go, fans pleaded with him to reconsider.
”Don’t fire them Steve, just hold them accountable and let it be a teaching tool.
Especially, if they have never done anything like that before,” wrote one user.

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