President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s government is offering up to 10 million Turkish Lira, or roughly $500,000, for information leading to the capture of ex-NBA player Enes Kanter Freedom.
“That makes it so dangerous,” Freedom told The Post. “Before the bounty, Turkish intelligence were after the people on the list, but now everyone is after them because they want the money.”
Freedom became known for wearing sneakers with messages like “Free Tibet,” “Free Uyghur,” and “No Beijing 2022” during games. The big man said he was pressured by the NBA to take off his shoes and keep his mouth shut.