Knicks player Reggie Bullock says he is “broken” in the wake of his sister’s murder — the second sibling he’s lost to violence in Baltimore.
“I never felt so BROKEN in my life!” he wrote Wednesday night alongside a photo of 22-year-old Keiosha Moore, one of three people shot dead in Baltimore on Monday.
He called Moore and transgender sister, Mia Henderson — who was killed in a still-unsolved 2014 stabbing — his “2 queens” who “go super HARD FOR ME!”
“I failed as a brother to protect you from the harm of these streets. I FAILED TWICE,” he wrote, saying that “s–t won’t ever be the same.”
“IM SO SORRRYYYY SISTERS. ILL DO MY BEST TO KEEP THIS FAMILY TOGETHER, and we will work VERY HARD TO SEE WHO TOOK MY SISTER LIFE!” he vowed.
“Wake me up from this dream !!! FOREVER MY 2 👸s.”
Bullock, who signed with the Knicks in the offseason, is still recovering from back surgery in July.
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