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US comedian Josh Pray to stop posting videos about GAA due to online abuse

US comedian Josh Pray to stop posting videos about GAA due to online abuse

11.9.2019

US comedian Josh Pray to stop posting videos about GAA due to online abuse

US comedian Josh Pray has revealed he will stop posting videos about the GAA due to negative comments he has received online. The viral American comic attracted lots of attention after he detailed …

US comedian Josh Pray has revealed he will stop posting videos about the GAA due to negative comments he has received online.

Josh Pray is interviewed at the All Ireland Football final

In a video made by Discover Ireland, Pray described his trip to Croke Park for the decider as 'the greatest thing I've ever experienced'.

Read more: Irish Sun

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