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Jahrome Hughes Mt Druitt Video Goes Viral On Social Media

WATCH: Jahrome Hughes Mt Druitt Video Goes Viral On Social Media: A piece of news has been floating on the internet everywhere about the Jahrome Hughes is a New Zealand professional rugby league footballer, who plays as a halfback for the Melbourne Strom in the NRL, and the New Zealand Maori and New Zealand at the international level. Jahrome Hughes who is a very famous international player has to took an apology. A contrite Jahrome Hughes insists that he would never intentionally disrespect a rival or region after being outed by the Panthers as the main offender in a video that allegedly mocked the Mt Druitt roots of certain Penrith players. Follow More Update On onemicnaija.com

Jahrome Hughes Mt Druitt Video

Jahrome Hughes Mt Druitt Video

After being viral the news, Penrith center Stephen Crichton stated that The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on Tuesday that it was Hughes who played the starring part in a video filmed during the Storm’s 2020 premiership celebrations. Actually, the same video has been used by the Penrith as inspiration for their preliminary final victory over Melbourne last year.

When the player was criticized for his comment he decided that he would make an apology. He took apologized to Panthers players after it emerged he had been filmed mocking their western Sydney roots during the Storm’s 2020 grand final celebrations. Hughes has to take an apology because he could be seen making fun of the Penrith players from Mount Druitt, while he had been criticized for his gesture he has to take an apology.

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The video that has been uploaded could be seen making fun of Penrith Players from Mount Druitt. This video has been uploaded to Instagram on that night of the grand final before it was recorded by the Panthers assistant coach Cameron Ciraldo and later shown to Penrith players as motivation.

After being viral the video the Panthers center Stephen Crichton said he and his teammates decided not to react to the video with hate, but rather with a motivation to stick up for themselves during their 10-6 preliminary final win over Melbourne last year. Crichton told to Sydney Morning Herald that “There was a shot video, they were doing the signals and doing the dance.

Jahrome Hughes is a New Zealand professional rugby league footballer, who plays as a halfback for the Melbourne Strom in the NRL, and the New Zealand Maori and New Zealand at the international level. Jahrome Hughes who is a very famous international player has to took an apology. The main offender in a video allegedly mocked the Mt Druitt roots of certain Penrith players.

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