Former San Francisco Giants’ player Aubrey Huff had his Twitter account suspended on Monday for violating the platform’s terms of service.
The 44-year-old announced the suspension on Instagram.
“It finally happened! The beta cucks and liberal Karen’s over @twitter hate when people speak the truth or make money (off) their liberal platforms,” Huff wrote.
“Follow my IG backup @aubreyhuff_official because it’s no doubt coming soon here! I consider this a badge of honor! I’ll never stop! Don’t you patriots!! #banned #twitter #freedom #freespeech #america #fight #dontquit.”
Hours before the suspension, Huff posted a picture of himself attending an anti-vaccination rally, Newsweek reported. He also posted several controversial tweets prior to the protest.
In January 2020, Huff posted a tweet suggesting Iranian women should be held captive, saying: “Let’s get a flight over and kidnap about 10 each. We can bring them back here as they fan us and feed us grapes, amongst other things.”
Newsweek reported that he later deleted the tweet, “claiming it was meant as a joke to highlight the difficult conditions he perceived Iranian women to be living under.”
The Giants did not include Huff as an invitee to their planned reunion of the 2010 World Series championship team on August 16.