Kyle Busch Apologetic For Cuss Words

Kyle Busch
Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch is a famous American racing car driver. He was born on 2nd May 1985. He currently devotes his time to racing for the NASCAR Cup. He competes under the Joe Gibbs Racing Banner while driving car number 18. Kyle is very, much passionate about the sport. Busch also drives for JGR while driving car number 54 at the NASCAR Xfinity Series. 

He has a number of accolades to boast of. He won the championship in the Nationwide Series of NASCAR 2009. Kyle Busch also won the cup series in 2015 & 2019. However, things do not seem to be alright with the driver. He has recently been involved in an ugly controversy. The driver seemed to lose his composure during a post-race interview recently.

 In the heat of the moment, he used abusive words and phrases. Fans and followers immediately started to point out his mistake. Busch realized it at once and apologized. Let us learn more about the incident in detail below. 

Kyle Busch Repents His Earlier Interview

Kyle Busch was very much angry after his recent race. He was furious at his fellow driver Brad Keselowski. As per reports, Brad tried to spin over Busch to make him lose. This drove Kyle crazy with anger. On being interviewed after the race, Kyle could not control himself. He used a number of abusive words to vent out. 

The racer almost immediately took to Twitter and apologized for his words. He stated that he had no intentions of hurting any race in any form. Busch said he just wanted to talk about Brad in the interview. The abusive words were a matter of momentary lapse. He apologized for his actions recently. Kyle Busch’s words seemed hurtful towards the handicapped section of the society. 

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