Cavs fan fired for offensive tweet about Steph Curry’s family

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OAKLAND, CA - MAY 30: Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors celebrates with his wife Ayesha Curry and girls Riley and Ryan and father Dell Curry after they beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game Seven of the Western Conference Finals during the 2016 NBA Playoffs at ORACLE Arena on May 30, 2016 in Oakland, California.

CLEVELAND – A Cleveland Cavaliers fan has been fired after he tweeted an offensive remark to Steph Curry’s sister and daughter, Riley, on Wednesday.

Sydel Curry tweeted about landing in Cleveland to watch her brother take on the Cavaliers. The fan responded to her tweet with a remark about leaving Cleveland adding anย offensive part about 3-year-old Riley Curry.

The tweet has since been deleted.

Once a few Twitter users noticed the tweet, they saw that the manย worked for Holton Wise Real Estate and reached out to the company.

Holton Wise Owner James Wise released a statement on his Twitter account Thursday confirming that the employee had been terminated for his actions on Twitter.

The statement said in part:

“We do not condoneย or tolerate hate speech of any kind, let alone hate speech that is directed towards a child.”

The Cavs fan has since tweeted about what happened.

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