DeSean Jackson issued multiple apologies this week after posting anti-Semitic messages attributed to Adolf Hitler and Louis Farrakhan to his Instagram stories.
But Jackson's recent Instagram activity since his apologies raises a question about the sincerity of the apologies.
Jackson recently liked an Instagram post, uploaded Wednesday around 1 p.m., that suggests Jackson doesn't need to apologize for posting anti-Semitic messages to his Instagram.
Brandon Lee Gowton of Bleeding Green Nation first noticed the like.
Here's a look at the Instagram post:
On Thursday morning, Jackson posted two clips to his Instagram story of the T.I. song "My Life" featuring Daz Dillinger. His posts included a line from the song's chorus, "Can't ya see I'm on fire, so quit hating on me pimpin', I'm just living my life".
This all comes after the Eagles released a statement Tuesday morning calling Jackson's posts "appalling" and urging him to apologize. Jackson issued multiple apologies, admitting he "unintentionally hurt the Jewish community" and promising to "fully educate" himself.
It seemed, after his apologies, that Jackson realized he'd made a serious and unacceptable mistake. The way he's followed up his apologies is cause for a little concern.
Because, as NBC Sports Philadelphia's Reuben Frank noted Thursday, Jackson's posts hurt and affected millions of people, and they aren't going away any time soon:
No matter what your opinion of DeSean Jackson’s social media posts, no matter how you feel the Eagles should discipline him — if at all — one thing is indisputable.
This will follow D-Jack around long beyond the end of his football career.
It would probably benefit Jackson to lean more into contrition than into resistance in the coming days and weeks.
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