A person was fired from his job at a Memphis firm after saying he was glad Alabama extensive receiver Jermaine Burton hit a feminine Tennessee fan after the Crimson Tide’s 52-49 loss on Saturday.
“I’m glad he did it,” the previous worker at Kele Inc., a Memphis constructing supplies provider reportedly tweeted. “Ought to have knocked her head off. Not purported to be on the sector anyway.”
The controversial tweet is from an account that has since been deleted.
Kele Inc. tweeted Wednesday, “Kele doesn’t stand for or tolerate offensive or hateful feedback towards any group or particular person. We take this concern very critically, and consequently, Kele and this worker have parted methods.”
Kele doesn’t stand for or tolerate offensive or hateful feedback towards any group or particular person. We take this concern very critically, and consequently, Kele and this worker have parted methods.
— Kele Inc. (@KeleSolutions) October 19, 2022
OutKick reported Kele didn’t verify that the corporate fired somebody for a tweet condoning Burton’s actions.
Tennessee followers stormed the sector after a game-winning area aim because the clock expired on the moment traditional SEC battle.
The College of Tennessee was fined $100,000 by the Southeastern Convention after the followers rushed the sector and eliminated the goalposts.
Movies appeared to point out Burton hanging a fan.
Alabama was gathering extra data on the incident, with head coach Nick Saban saying, “We definitely don’t condone any mistreatment of anyone, whether or not they need to or shouldn’t be there. I believe you’ve gotta have respect for different individuals.”