Netizen Shares Proof that the Australian Boomers Chris Goulding Dubbed Filipinos as "Monkeys"

Concerned netizen Ace Julian Pullante shared an undeniable proof that the Australian national basketball team member particularly Chris Goulding called the Filipinos as "monkeys" as what he has written on his official Twitter account.



The tweet of the Australian player was screen shot by some concerned netizens and share on Facebook. Chris Goulding tweeted "Philippino Monkeys!!! Trash team. Trash crowd. Trash Federation. Trash country." Goulding tweeted.



Goulding's tweet was deleted a few minutes after it was posted on social media but the evidence was already screen captured by some Filipino individuals.

The statement of Goulding on Twitter only proved that the accusations of some Gilas Pilipinas players that they were mocked inside the court that resulted to a brawl between the Gilas Pilipinas players and the Australian Boomers during the FIBA Qualifiers held at the Philippine Arena.

Australian national basketball team mainstay Chris Goulding, is an Australian professional player for Melbourne United of the National Basketball League in Australia. Goulding was one of those involved in the scuffle against Gilas Pilipinas.

Chris Goulding is the Australian player who was pushed by Roger Pogoy while Rickert retaliated and elbowed Pogoy which resulted to a melee. Goulding was also downed at the floor, but luckily he was protected by Gilas Cadet Troy Rike from further attacked.



Meanwhile according to the latest statement from Australian official as reported by SPIN.ph, Basketball Australia media manager Grant Richardson made it clear the tweet is fake. He was quoted as saying "I can categorically state that tweet is not real and is 100 percent photoshopped"


Netizen Shares Proof that the Australian Boomers Chris Goulding Dubbed Filipinos as "Monkeys" Netizen Shares Proof that the Australian Boomers Chris Goulding Dubbed Filipinos as "Monkeys" Reviewed by Phil Newsome on July 04, 2018 Rating: 5
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