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sport news Barnsley want to terminate new deal with sponsors HEX after fans unearth vile ... trends now
sport news Barnsley want to terminate new deal with sponsors HEX after fans unearth vile ... trends now

sport news Barnsley want to terminate new deal with sponsors HEX after fans unearth vile ... trends now

Barnsley want to terminate new deal with sponsors HEX after fans unearthed vile and homophobic tweets by people who helped the crypto company with the deal - including one who wrote 'f*** those fake Sandy Hook kids' Barnsley only announced a new sponsorship deal with HEX.com last week But the League One club are already seeking to terminate it after the Supporters' Trust raised concerns over a series of vicious tweets The posts, some of which are homophobic, are believed to have come from individuals who claimed to have brokered the deal  Barnsley said the HEX.com logo will not appear on their kits going forward  But HEX's Brent Morrissey said he 'hoped to continue working' with the club 

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Barnsley are trying to end a new front-of-shirt sponsorship agreement with a cryptocurrency site after an investigation into discriminatory and abusive social media posts.

The League One club only announced the deal with HEX.com last week but are already seeking to terminate it after the Supporters' Trust raised concerns over online posts, which they believed had come from individuals who claimed to have brokered the deal.

One Twitter account, @KuqiCouture, posted tweets such as 'F*** those fake Sandy Hook kids' and 'Telling the world to stay indoors is easier than telling a thirsty gay not to stick it in a diseased rectum'. 

Another from the same user read: 'How can #Monkeypox be a public health emergency?! The public at large are safe. The virus will only spread amongst a set group of people and the kids they molest.' 

A Tweet from another account, @yashdeep369, said: 'Shut up. You're gay and stop taking twitter seriously'. 

Both accounts were tagged by HEX's Brent Morrissey as people who 'helped make the deal possible' with Barnsley. 

Meanwhile, HEX creator Richard Heart tweeted in 2017: 'What are the

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