Ja Morant Is Taking Notes And Twitter Users Have A Lot To Say About It!

Ja Morant is beginning to become more active on social media lately, mainly Twitter. He recently shared a simple tweet that got tons of attention and hilarious fan responses.

Ja Morant Tweeted Four Words That Set Off A Hilarious String Of Retweets

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So just what did the Memphis Grizzlies star tweet that had people joking? Just four words – “everything is being noted,” followed by three emojis – a writing hand, tornado and an arrow pointing right with the word “soon.”

The tweet received more than 21.5 million views and nearly 4,000 retweets in about a day. The replies to his short but interesting tweet are a mixed bag of humor and seriousness. While many NBA fans used his tweet as an opportunity to joke around about his past mistakes of flashing a gun during an Instagram Live, not once but twice this year, others just asked him to just focus on basketball moving forward.

This most recent tweet wasn’t the only time he took to social media in the past few days. He’s been pretty active on Twitter lately as he seems to be steering clear of IG since his troublesome moments.

The NBA star, who’s currently suspended for 25 games for his second IG Live gun incident, recently shared his feelings about teammate Dillion Brooks’ trade from the Grizzlies to the Houston Rockets.

He is clearly not too excited to be losing Brooks as a teammate. Brooks agreed to a four-year $80 million deal with the Rockets. Memphis, in return, gets Josh Christopher. Shortly after the Grizzlies shared a goodbye post for Brooks, Morant retweeted it and captioned it while in his feels.

Ja Morant Is Currently Suspended Because Of Instagram Live Gun Incident

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Morant was suspended for eight games earlier in the year for flashing a gun during an IG Live, and then ended up on another IG Live with a firearm in May. But this time, the suspension is 25 games in the start of the 2023-2024 NBA season. He issued an apology after the second incident taking accountability for his actions and promising to do better.

“I’ve had time to reflect and I realize how much hurt I’ve caused. I want to apologize to the NBA, the Grizzlies, my teammates and the city of Memphis. To Adam Silver, Zach Kleiman and Robert Pera — who gave me the opportunity to be a professional athlete and have supported me — I’m sorry for the harm I’ve done,” his statement began.

Ja Morant Instagram Story
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“To the kids who look up to me, I’m sorry for failing you as a role model. I promise I’m going to be better. To all of my sponsors, I’m going to be a better representation of our brands. And to all of my fans, I’m going to make it up to you, I promise.”

Morant hasn’t posted anything new on Instagram since April, other than a few since deleted IG Stories, so it seems that Twitter is where he will be for the time being.

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