Police check NBA star Ja Morant’s welfare after Instagram post.

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Following alarming remarks that the Memphis Grizzlies star posted on his Instagram account, Tennessee police launched a welfare check on Ja Morant. Before saying “bye,” Ja Morant honored his parents and daughter in the posts from Wednesday. The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to TMZ that Ja Morant, 23, is “doing fine” after the agency checked on him at his residence.




Ja Morant informed them “that he is taking a break from social media,” the spokesman continued. Two months after he was involved in a similar incident, Morant displayed a gun in an Instagram Live video, which led to the Grizzlies suspending him earlier this month. The league suspended Morant for eight games in March after he was seen on camera brandishing a gun at a Colorado party.

Police check NBA star Ja Morant's welfare after Instagram post.
Police check NBA star Ja Morant’s welfare after Instagram post.

Morant declared, “My words may not mean much right now, but I take full accountability for my actions,” following his most recent suspension. I’m determined to keep improving myself. Less than a week after Buckingham Palace informed the public that King Charles III is battling cancer, the monarch is ending his silence.




After a game, the Indiana Pacers complained that they were the target of what appeared to be a gun’s laser sight.

During the game, Ja Morant’s close associates got into arguments with Pacers players.

Following an altercation at his house last summer, Ja Morant is being sued. During a basketball game, a 17-year-old claims that Ja Morant and a friend attacked him. The adolescent says that after leaving his house, Morant had a gun. After looking into the claimed occurrence, the district attorney in the area decided not to file a criminal complaint.



Police check NBA star Ja Morant's welfare after Instagram post.

According to TMZ Sports, the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office sent law enforcement officers to Ja Morant home on Wednesday to conduct a welfare check in response to the Grizzlies superstar’s social media posts.
According to a story by TMZ, which cited a representative for the sheriff’s office, Morant informed the police “that he is taking a break from social media.”
TMZ was informed by the rep that “he is fine.”

When The Post contacted the sheriff’s office, they were unable to confirm the TMZ reporting.
Exactly eleven days ago, Morant shared images of himself with his family on his Instagram story. This was the second time in three months that he was caught on Instagram Live carrying a gun.
In the final slide of the slideshow, he included a caption that read “bye.”
After some time, the posts were removed.




Morant issued a statement on Tuesday, which was his only public response since the second video was revealed. In the statement, he said, “I know I’ve disappointed a lot of people who have supported me.” I acknowledge that there is still a lot of work to be done, as this is a process.

Police check NBA star Ja Morant's welfare after Instagram post.
It’s possible that my words don’t have much of an impact right now, but I accept complete responsibility for my actions. I have made a commitment to continue working on improving myself.
Morant, who is 23 years old, made his first video of himself with a gun in an Instagram Live video on March 4. The video was taken at Shotgun Willie’s strip club in Glendale, Colorado, a few days after the Nuggets suffered a defeat in Denver.




Adam Silver, the commissioner of the National Basketball Association, expressed his “shock” and stated that the league was conducting an investigation into the most recent incident during the broadcast of ESPN’s Draft Lottery. Ja Morant was punished for eight games because of the initial video.

Additionally, the commissioner stated that he was “assuming the worst,” and the Grizzlies have immediately prohibited Ja Morant from participating in any and all team activities.





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