Auckland – The star of the warriors, Stephen Carey, says he did not mean it.
Carey told ESPN this week that he was joking when he researched the podcast that astronauts had reached the moon, comments that generated controversy on social networks.
The Golden State Foundation said it would receive an invitation from NASA to tour a lunar laboratory at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
"Obviously, I'm kidding when I said it on a podcast," Carrie told ESPN. "(So) I silently complained about how stupid it was that people really took these statements and made them into law, as if to say," My God! He's one of those who believe his arrival at the moon was a lie, or what you want to call it, Bella, Bella, Bella, so I complained silently about this part of the matter, how it came to life on its own. "
"But in terms of the response I received, I will definitely accept the proposal (from NASA)," he repeated.