Paul Pierce’s NSFW Blunder on Live TV Lands Him Tempting Offer From 48YO Rapper

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Paul Pierce seemed to have mistaken his appearance on live television for his own podcast show. His podcasts typically feature humorous banter with his basketball best friend, Kevin Garnett. While friendly verbal jabs are common in such settings, the use of racial slurs or any inappropriate language is strictly prohibited on live television. Unfortunately, this is the exact mistake the NBA veteran made during his appearance on Fox Sports’ Undisputed. The Truth just can’t seem to work on TV, can he?
However, amidst the chaos, he received an intriguing offer from 48-year-old rapper, Cam’ron. In a recent clip shared by the official Instagram page of Cam’ron and fellow rapper Mase’s It is What It Is show, the rapper was heard expressing his gratitude to Pierce for making an appearance on an episode. And once again, they made the same offer in the caption for Pierce to officially join the show.
Previously, the page shared a clip of Pierce’s latest live TV blunder and captioned, “It read, “HEY @paulpierce WE TOLD YOU WHEN U CAME ON THE SHOW THAT YOU ALWAYS GOT A SPOT OVER HERE, YOU CAN’t GET FIRED FU^KEN WITH US, ASK @markjackson 🤷🏽‍♂️”
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This incident has sparked concern among fans and many on whether Pierce will get fired from yet another network. During a discussion on the Indiana Pacers’ 121-89 Game 4 win against the Knicks on Undisputed, the 46-year-old Hall of Famer wanted to discuss Knicks shooting guard Donte DiVincenzo’s performance. However, he may have been so immersed that he mistakenly used a racial slur.
Even if the Fox Sports Network decides to fire him, this won’t be the first time for Pierce. He was previously fired by ESPN for his highly inappropriate behavior, which garnered public attention.
Paul Pierce’s bizarre NSFW chaos that got him fired before
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Back in April 2021, the 10x NBA All-Star shared a clip of him enjoying at a party on his Instagram. The clip had Pierce dancing alongside a group of dancers while smoking and drinking. He was also seen getting a massage. This clip quickly went viral, which led ESPN to fire him for violating a morals clause in his contract.
The Boston Celtics legend claimed that he was fired just for having a good time. While he was with the network for over four years already, Pierce noted that he was going to leave that job anyway. But that doesn’t seem to be the case this time. Is his blunder big enough for Fox to fire him?

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