Jets star Sauce Gardner claims Jewish people ‘run the world’ as cornerback sparks outrage with anti-Semitic remark on Adin Ross’ live stream

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Written By Maya Cantina
  • Ross, a popular Jewish streamer, hosted Gardner and others on his latest feed
  • The NFL player controversially told him that his religion ‘runs the world’
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New York Jets cornerback Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner has sparked outrage by claiming Jewish people ‘run the world’ during an appearance on a live stream.

Gardner, who has enjoyed two seasons with the Jets, made the remark while featuring on popular Jewish streamer Adin Ross’ live Kick feed this week.

In a clip from the stream which has gone viral, Ross can first be heard saying that he had been sold an item by a Jew because he was Jewish.

‘Imma be honest, like no funny weird s**t,’ Gardner then tells him. ‘Y’all run the world.’

After drawing laughter in the room, the NFL star adds: ‘They got so much motion throughout the whole world. Y’all gotta see how they be walking in the airport.’

New York Jets star Sauce Gardner has sparked outrage by saying Jewish people ‘run the world’

WARNING – Strong and offensive language in the clip below 

Gardner’s controversial comments have drawn widespread criticism on social media, with fans accusing the 23-year-old of anti-Semitism.

‘I no longer like Sauce Gardner,’ wrote one user on X 

Another posted: ‘Sauce Gardner plays for NY jets brothaaaaa don’t be saying that s**t’.

‘This man is an antisemite,’ said a third.

One commented: ‘Wrongthink level… 99.’

While another simply put: ‘Cancel him immediately’.

Dailymail.com has approached both the New York Jets and Gardner’s representatives for comment.

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