NYC Mayor Adams Gets Blasted By Fans During Pre Game Speech

Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams was heckled during a pregame speech at a New York Knicks game on Monday.

Adams was delivering a speech on “the life and times” of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the traditional Martin Luther King Day matinee game at the Madison Square Garden. The audience had mixed reactions to the new sitting mayor’s address, and one ball fan could be heard shouting “shut the f*ck up” as Adams delivered his speech.

“Thank you, New York. As we honor the life and times of Dr. King during some of the most difficult moments. When the civil rights battle was on the line, Dr. King wanted the ball in his hand and he gave his life to ensure that our country would be a better place for all of us.”

“Shut the f*ck up!” someone out of the crowd shouted.

“Right now, we want the ball in our hand again as we deal with COVID, as we deal with crime, as we deal with uncertainty,” the mayor continued. “Let’s win this for Team New York and Team America. Let’s take the ball and have the final goal.”

The audience applauded and cheered in response as Adams ended his speech. Adams then made his way to the broadcast table for an interview with announcer Mike Breen.

Adams who is a Knicks fan said his favorite players included “Clyde and Frazier,” creating an awkward moment given that commentator Walt (Clyde) Frazier was sitting at the table.

Some fans blamed Adams for the Knicks’ loss against the Charlotte Hornets on Twitter. As the interview ended, the Hornets were up 25-15.

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