Enes Kanter Freedom takes a shot at transgender athletes
Enes Kanter Freedom took a shot at transgender athletes and wondered how fair it would be if he "put on a wig" and then joined the Women's National Basketball Association.
On Friday, the former NBA star, who changed his last name to Freedom after becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen, posted his message on X, formerly known as Twitter.
"Men don't belong in women's spaces," he wrote. "Restrooms - Locker Rooms or Sports."
"Since I'm blackballed from the @NBA, should I put on a wig, identify as a woman and start dominating the @WNBA?" he asked.
"Is that when the outrage will begin? Is that fair to all the women who spent their whole life chasing their goals? Where are all the Women Rights Activists and Feminists?!" he concluded.
"Freedom played 11 seasons in the NBA. He has averaged 11.2 points, 7.8 rebounds, and 0.5 blocks per game in 748 career games in the NBA," Fox News added.
Freedom has a case to make on his claim of being "blackballed" from the NBA. He was a lone voice criticizing the league's obscene collusion with the genocidal communist Chinese regime. While the NBA has paraded itself as being so concerned with "human rights" with its denunciations of the United States, the league has never condemned China for enslaving, imprisoning, and killing millions of its Uyghur minorities.