Harvard Rescinds College Admission To Kyle Kashuv Who Claims He’s Already Apologized For His Mistake

Kyle Kashuv first denied and then admitted to using the n-word a couple of years ago in private phone texts that were released “n——jocks.”

Kyle was offered a scholarship into Harvard a few months ago and now they have rescinded that offer. He believes it was because of the n-word controversy that rose up on social media. Here is the screenshot of a private text released on May 16th, with someone that Kyle was holding a conversation with. Kyle was 16 when this happened and now he is 18 years old.

On May 22, almost a week later, Kashuv finally issued a statement via Twitter admitting they were authentic. Kashuv said he was “embarrassed” by the “offensive” and “callous” comments he’d made when he was a 16-year-old “kid.”

Here are reactions from Kyle’s Twitter analysis:

I have no advice for him. I reached out a few months ago and he never connected with me. There was a particular time when he tweeted out something negative against me and then retracted it when others told him that wasn’t the way to go.

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