The next time you hear someone say “f–k you,” be aware that they’re talking about you.
The term “f-bomb” was coined by golfer Nick Kyrgios in the wake of a heated debate between his father, David, and teammate Dustin Johnson at last year’s U.S. Open.
David, the former NBA player, accused his son of being a “f—ing f—ing racist” and a “white supremacist.”
The backlash was so intense that the tennis star, who was the second best player at the U.N. Women’s Open, had to call off the match in the third round.
David responded by tweeting a picture of himself with a swastika, then calling his son a “racist f—.”
Kyrgios responded to David by saying, “F–k off, dude.
I am a white supremacist.
I’m not a racist.
It is f–king bulls–t.”
After the controversy, David resigned from the tennis team and his son was removed from the team.