The truth doesn’t seem to hurt Paul Pierce.
The Celtics giants used the same social media platforms that led to his dismissal from ESPN to tell fans that he was doing well after the network decided to release him after a rude post on Instagram.
“Yo, I just want to thank all my supporters and thank my haters and everything,” Pierce posted in a video on Instagram. “Check, bigger and better things are coming, darling. Don’t worry about it. You fall twice, you get up three times. Always remember to smile, darling. “
On Friday night, Pierce posted a video of him being massaged by half-naked women at a poker table. According to Andrew Marchand of The Post, ESPN̵
The ten-time All-Star and recent Hall of Fame has been on ESPN since the start of the 2017-18 season and was one of the leading analysts at NBA Countdown and “The Jump,” two of the premieres of the NBA’s ESPN Show.
Pierce also assured fans that he was doing well on Twitter.
“I can’t lose, even when I lose, I win,” Pierce wrote.