“I saw a sick jew walking on bloomingdale and thought of you,” Joseph posted to the pal, who uses the twitter name @breezyy.
In November 2011, the duo had an exchange after @breezyy posted a photo of a Hasidic Jew near a basketball court where kids were playing and wrote: “This no good Hebrewwww crepin on the kidssssss.”
Joseph replied, “I like jews about as much as hitler #toofar? NOPE.”
The FDNY progeny openly admits on Twitter that his remarks have gotten him in hot water in the past.
Last March, Joseph, who plays in a local baseball league, disclosed that he had been suspended for five games because of a Twitter post.
“1 game down 4 more to go,” he tweeted on March 16, 2012.
When one of his friends asked what he’d done, Cassano replied, “got suspended for a tweet #suspendedchild.”
Young Cassano also displays a vulgar attitude toward women.
“I love boob jobs . . . I wish every girl in America were forced to get one once they turn 18,” he wrote in November. He added, “I’ll vote in the presidential election when a candidates main purpose is to make breast enhancement surgery free to all who want it.”
Republished with permission of The New York Post.