Paul Pierce is letting ESPN know that he doesn’t need them as long as he has cryptocurrency.
The retired basketball pro parted ways with the network back in April, where he served as an analyst. His termination followed a stripper party that Pierce shared to his Instagram account. On Wednesday, he let his former employer know that he was not pressed over the firing.
“I don’t need you,” Pierce tweeted, tagging the official ESPN Twitter account. He says that he is making a fortune with EthereumMax ($eMax). “I made more money with this crypto in the past month than I did with y’all in a year.” Pierce then directed his followers to a link to the cryptocurrency website to learn more.
.@espn I don’t need you. I got @ethereum_max I made more money with this crypto in the past month then I did with y’all in a year. TRUTH shall set u Free 🤪🤪 my own Bosshttps://t.co/3irnuWYve3 check it out for yourself
— Paul Pierce (@paulpierce34) May 26, 2021
One day after being let go by ESPN, Pierce tweeted a video of him smiling outside during a sunny day. He wrote, “Big Things coming soon stay tuned make sure u smile #Truthshallsetufree.”
— Paul Pierce (@paulpierce34) April 5, 2021
Paul Pierce played 19 seasons with the NBA, playing with the Los Angeles Clippers, Washington Wizards, Brooklyn Nets, and Boston Celtics.