Paul Pierce slams ESPN with cryptocurrency claim

Paul Pierce is lobbing Truth Bombs. Pierce was fired from ESPN as an analyst in

Paul Pierce is lobbing Truth Bombs.

Pierce was fired from ESPN as an analyst in April after he shared a seemingly drug-and-stripper-clad video on Instagram — slammed the network in a tweet on Wednesday.

“I don’t need you,” Pierce wrote, tagging ESPN in his message.

He went on to say he’s “got” EthereumMax, a blockchain network in the cryptocurrency community.

“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 [sic] my own Boss,” wrote Pierce, who deleted the tweet.

It’s unclear what sparked the seemingly random tweet, though, Pierce has been candidly outspoken on social media since his firing.

One day after ESPN confirmed they parted ways the NBA alum, Pierce promised “bigger and better things” are coming.

“Don’t worry about it. You fall twice, you get up three times. Just always remember to smile, baby,” Pierce said at the time after thanking his supporters and haters.

A screengrab from Paul Pierce's Instagram story.
A screengrab from the Paul Pierce Instagram story which led to his ESPN firing.
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Around the same time, he also tweeted: “I can’t lose even when I lose I’m winning.”

Pierce, who documented his trip to a weed factory in late April, has kept that same energy since losing his analyst job.

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