‘What a joke’: Folau furious over NRL’s pride jersey ‘hypocrisy’

Former Kiwi netballer Maria Folau has taken to social media to launch a stunning attack on V’landys on Thursday afternoon. Israel Folau was fired by Rugby Australia in 2019 over a pile of homophobic social media posts. NRL hit roadblocks. Stream every game of every round of the 2022 NRL Telstra Premiership Season Live & Ad-Break Free while playing on Kayo. New to Kayo? Start your free trial now V’landys never said Folau was blacklisted by the code, but has reserved a verdict on the former Broncos and Storm player until a club tried to register a contract. The Dragons were the last to flirt with the idea of ​​signing Folau for the season, but that was soon turned upside down after the club faced backlash from fans and sponsors. Maria Folau objected to comments V’landys made that the players are “people” and that you should “respect the religious and cultural beliefs of the players”. of the club’s decision to wear a pride jersey. “We’re all humans at the end of the day… Umm so what’s Izzy??…. An ass,” Folau posed on her Instagram account. “The hypocrisy (sic) of this man and this organization @nrl #PeterVlandys What a joke!!!”Folau recently returned to international rugby as a representative of Tonga, Japan’s premier rugby league.

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