Meyers Leonard used an anti-Semitic slur while playing Call of Duty during a live stream and now he just feeling the wrath of his words.
The Miami Heat center can be heard calling another player a “f–king k–e b—h” in the video below:
Miami-based reporter Andy Slater is now reporting that ORIGIN PC acted quickly and dropped Leonard as a spokesman after the incident.
A Heat spokesperson told the New York Times’ Marc Stein the team is reviewing the video.
“We just became aware of the video and are in the process of gathering more information,” NBA spokesperson Mike Bass said in a statement. “The NBA unequivocally condemns all forms of hate speech.”
Other companies have already announced they severed their partnerships with Leonard:
Leonard has been out for the season since getting shoulder surgery in February. His injury has limited to him to just three games played.